Re: Converting <xml> StyleSheet param contents into a
Looks like the stylesheet param method only accepts a key as a string and the expression as a string as well. This is a wrapper over a Xalan/Xerces C/C++ (Xalan1.5, Xerces2.6) SetStyleSheetParam (const STD(wstring) & inKey, const STD(wstring) & inExpression); So I am stuck with passing the contents as a string. On 8/17/05, Jacquo Johnson <genxgeek@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Thanks for the reply, Michael! The XSLT version is 1.0 and I'm using > Xalan v1.5 or v1.6 of the C/C++ for this specific application > solution. I'm testing the raw transform itself via JEdit using the > lastest build of the XSLT plugin for Xalan Java (not sure what version > that is). > > However, I would like to avoid any disk i/o or uri specification for > this solution due to high message volume and fault tolerance. Since I > recieve the xml filter specification within a Xerces Dom Document as > passed from a server I would like to take the filter xml contents and > pass it into an existing stylesheet as xml contents > <Filter>....</Filter> itself. This is all happening on the client > side in mememory and the only way that I can think of adhering to this > requirement is parsing the filtered xml node xml contents into an > existing stylesheet as a parameter. > > Thoughts? > > On 8/17/05, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > The way you pass parameters to a stylesheet depends on the API of the XSLT > > processor that you are using. Many will allow you to pass a DOM Document > > node. > > > > If you're using Saxon from the command line, the parameter > > +Filter=filter.xml causes the file filter.xml to be parsed, and the > > resulting document (root) node becomes the value of the parameter. > > > > Another approach is to pass the URI as the stylesheet parameter, and then > > call document() from within the stylesheet. > > > > Michael Kay > > http://www.saxonica.com/ > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > > From: Jacquo Johnson [mailto:genxgeek@xxxxxxxxx] > > > Sent: 17 August 2005 02:07 > > > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > > > Subject: Converting <xml> StyleSheet param contents > > > into a node set? > > > > > > HI all, can somebody tell me how I can pass <xml> contents into a > > > stylesheet param and then convert that <xml> contents into a nodeset? > > > > > > > > > Stylesheet: ( Filter=<Node><Whatever/></Node> ) > > > ... > > > <xsl:param name="Filter" select="string('NULL')" /> > > > > > > <xsl:copy-of select="$Filter"/> > > > ... > > > Output: > > > <Node><Whatever/></Node> > > > > > > However, I want to turn the xml contents above into a node set that I > > > can later use in the transform. Is that possible (is there something > > > other than using CDATA)? > > > > > > Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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