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Re: calling template with name passed in a variable

Subject: Re: calling template with name passed in a variable
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 21:22:20 GMT
Re:  calling template with name passed in a variable
> The above makes the same template matched for any element of
> $InPlaceTypesList list.

it was a direct copy of your suggestion

 <xsl:template match="xsd:element[@type=$InPlaceTypesList]">

this matches all elements with type in that list.

Ypu then wanted to do this

>    <xsl:call-template name="@type"/> // <-- error line

I suggested you do instead

<xsl:apply-templates select="@type"/>

then teh only other change is that each template that you wanted to name
but call with the name determoned at runtime change

<xsl:template name="MyTypeX"">

to 

<xsl:template match="xsd:element[@type='MyTypeX']">

So my suggested code had exactly the same number of templates and
structure as your suggestion, but used match instead of name, and is
legal xslt.



David

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