Re: function for getting filename
>>>>> "andrew" == andrew welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx> writes: andrew> On 9/1/06, Frank Marent <frank.marent@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> i'm struggling again and again over this point: >> >> is there a function in xslt that gives me the clean filename of >> the processed xml file? like >> >> 'myfile.xml' 'test.xml' 'anyfilename.xml' >> >> i do *not* need the document-uri. only the filename of the >> current processed xml file. andrew> In xslt 2.0 I use: andrew> tokenize(base-uri(.), '/')[last()] That's not sound - . might not be the document node - if it's an element with an xml:base attribute in scope, then you may get something very spurious indeed. Using document-uri in your expression looks sounder. If the OP is invoking a transformation from the command line, then he can pass in the file name as a parameter. That is reliable. -- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
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