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Subject: Passing array to Jscript from XSL
From: <Vankadaru.Gupta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 08:58:04 +0530
 Passing array to Jscript from XSL

I m calling Jscript function on a click of a button in XSL. I want to
create an array in XSL and pass it as argument to the Jscript function.
Is that Possible? I m using MSXML.

<test id="1" name="test1" type"5">

<test id="2" name="test2" type"10">

<test id="3" name="test1" type"5">

<test id="4" name="test1" type"10">

<test id="5" name="test1" type"10">
I have to pass the names of all containers whose id="10" at a time as
argument to the javascript function. Please help me. Any help would be
greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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