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RE: Passing RTF into an XSL Doc using MSXSL

Subject: RE: Passing RTF into an XSL Doc using MSXSL
From: "Kovach, Dave" <dave.kovach@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 19:52:59 +0100
passing docs using params xslt

My quick help (hopefully someone will come in and solve
your specific issue) - do a search on the archives of this list
[december 2001 or january 2002] for a similar problem/
solution I had that Chris Bayes answered)... but, what you need
to use is MSXML addObject... 

"Allows you to pass objects to a stylesheet"

much like AddParameter:

oProcessor.AddObject "myVarRTF", SomeXMLNodeSet


David Kovach
SAP Labs
Palo Alto, CA

-----Original Message-----
From: brad_vrudney@xxxxxxx [mailto:brad_vrudney@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 8:52 AM
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Subject:  Passing RTF into an XSL Doc using MSXSL

I am having trouble getting msxsl:node-set($RTF) to work on fragments that 
are passed into the document using:

Set oProcessor = oTemplate.CreateProcessor()
oProcessor.AddParameter "myVarRTF", SomeXMLNodeSet

If I have :

at the root level, It converts the default values fine to a node-set, but If

I pass in values, it doesn't work...I just get 0 values in my node-set, and 
no errors exist.

I have no trouble using this function anywhere internally, but I can't get a

fragment passed into to convert to a node-set

I'm using MSXML 4.0.  Can anyone help?

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