Subject:XSLT Mapper bug on imported templates Author:Michael Geikowski Date:07 Mar 2006 08:11 AM
I'm working on a XSLT stylesheet using the graphical XSLT Mapper. I'm using xsl:import or xsl:include in my main stylesheet to import/include a second stylesheet containing a simple named template with two parameters p1 and p2. The XSLT Mapper graphically displays this template with three parameters: p1, p1 and p2. This parameter messup gets worse, if I use more than 2 parameters.
I'm using build 501f of Stylus Studio 2006.
P.S. Is this the right place to report bugs like this?
Subject:XSLT Mapper bug on imported templates Author:Michael Geikowski Date:07 Mar 2006 10:06 AM
thanks for your answer. Let me add two relating issues:
1) In the XSLT Mapper context menu 'XSLT Instructions > call-template' the available templates are neither ordered by name nor by their position in the xslt source file. Ordering by name would be nice.
2) I'm using named templates in the XSLT Mapper. After double-clicking one of the white input ports of the named template, I can input a value and the input port turns red. That's fine. But after previewing the stylesheet result, the red input ports turn white again and in the graphical representation lose their values.
Perhaps you can add fixes for these items in BL501i, too.