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Micke HemsonSubject: Pass multiple values to XSL?
Author: Micke Hemson
Date: 16 Mar 2006 05:20 AM
Hi,
Does anyone know how (if) this can be done:

I use asp (vbscript), XML and XSLT to generate HTML output to browsers. One this page I need to list files in a directory on the server. If this was a asp (classic) page Id simply do this using FileSystemObject, but how do I go about to list the files in XSLT?

I use xsl:addParameter often to pass values to my XSL pages, but in this case where the number of filenames are unknown I cannot see that this is an option.

Any pointers or ideas? Anything is very much appreciated.

/Micke

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Minollo I.Subject: Pass multiple values to XSL?
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 16 Mar 2006 08:59 AM
I can think about a couple of suggestions:

- Use a parameter that is a result tree fragment listing all the entries you need to access from the XSLT
- Use a J/VBScript extension function in your XSLT that retrieves the information you need

Hope this helps,
Minollo

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Micke HemsonSubject: Pass multiple values to XSL?
Author: Micke Hemson
Date: 16 Mar 2006 04:06 PM
Thank you Minollo, Im trying out the first option. o/

 
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