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Subject: Re: can a value of a parameter depends on a other value
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 02 Dec 2011 09:18:14 +0000
Re:  can a value of a parameter depends on a other valu
On 02/12/2011 08:02, Roelof Wobben wrote:
<xsl:when test="$page='1'">number(1+$page*2)</xsl:when>

the content of xsl:when is like the content of any other part of the template just copied to the output as text or literal result elements.
If you want to evaluate an xpath you need to put it in a select expression, in a xsl:value-of most likely, in XSLT 1

<xsl:when test="$page='1'"><xsl:value-of select="1+$page*2"/></xsl:when>

There is still no evidence that you actually need any variables at all.
Do you really need to pass any parameter to your template? the $page parameter is in scope for the entire stylesheet so you could just use
1+$page*2 at whatever point you need that number, and avoid all the


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