Re: for-each issue
On 3/27/08, Z W <mpc8250@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I'm trying to create a html where I'm only interested in this > label=Client responds. > However I need to loop through all these rows to get other information. > How do I loop through them and store some values into variables and at > the same time not having XSLT complaining that > variables undefined if these variables are put inside the for-each > loop and made to print out outside of the for-each loop ? This could be one of the strategy: <xsl:variable name="x"> <xsl:for-each .. </xsl:for-each> </xsl:variable> Another strategy could be; store something in a variable, and then delegate to a template to do something (with passing of the variable as a parameter). There could be other strategies as well ... > Warning! A variable with no following sibling instructions has no effect > What does this warning really imply ? This is just a warning from the processor to indicate unreachable code. Since such variable instructions will never be useful, it's a good practice not to have them, or use them somehow. -- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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