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Subject: Re: Re: Pass a DOM Node to a XSLT
From: António Mota <amsmota@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 8 Apr 2005 17:07:43 +0100
The problem was i sent a html message to the list first and i've got a
warning, then i repost it in plain text. Also, in my last email i
allways received my own messages, but with this gmail that seems to
not happen...

Neverthless, Sarissa is not a processor, it's a Javascript library
that works with both IE and FF (at least). So i maybe should not
mention it at all.

But the Emmanouil Batsis answer did remind me i have asked the same
question some time ago (in a completly diferent context) so i'm sorry
for asking this again.

And i solve the problem by just passing a string and using substring
in the xslt.

Sorry for the irrelevant post.

On Apr 8, 2005 4:16 PM, Jon Gorman <jonathan.gorman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Yes the message made it.  Check the archives if you're unsure.
> (Memory serves me right some mailing lists have options to toggle to
> let you know if you've posted, but I don't know how this one is set
> up.)
> Whether that means anyone can or are willing to answer your question
> is another answer entirely.  Your post is a bit sparse on details.
> Perhaps there's a more Sarissa-centric source of information that
> might shed some light on this problem..
> I just noticed there is a spelling error (ie dia in the param name and
> dias in the select). Is this an error in copying the xslt or is this
> in the source?
> <snip>
> > >         <xsl:param name="dia"/>
>                                            ^^^^
> </snip>
> <snip>
> > >                                 <xsl:for-each select="$dias/*">
>                                                                         ^^^^
> > >                                         <xsl:value-of select="."/>
> > >                                 </xsl:for-each>
> </snip>
> > > I'm trying to pass a node to a XSLTProcessor in Javascript (using
> > > Sarissa, actually) but i can't seem to do it. I've tryed the
> > > documentElement, selecNodes, selectSingleNode, but nothing seems to
> > > work.
> If I had any clue how Sarissa worked I might be able to give you some
> advice, but I don't.  Sorry.  Almost all my transformations for now
> are server-side, not client side.
> > > the brwser complains.
> Ummm....how so?  Does it just not show the document?  Does it give a
> Sarissa specific error?  Does it complain about the weather? Does it
> say something along the lines of param not found?
> Some people might have seen the DOM in the subject line and seen the
> talk about Sarissa and assumed it was a processor specific problem.
> If it's the spelling error, that's not the case.  If it is something
> else, I'm afraid I can't be of much help.
> Jon G.

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