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Subject: Re: handling of xsl-Variable in formatting text
From: "Dirk Naujoks naujoks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2016 13:30:02 -0000
Re:  handling of xsl-Variable in formatting text
Thanks for your quick reply.

the problem with the source and the working document is that I am not to familiar with XSL and so I imagine I am not able to create such a document and the xml-source of the data contains personal data.

So maybe I try to explain the task i have to solve.

I want to format a block-objekt depending on a condition either 'bold' or 'normal'

My try was using the following code

<fo:block span="none" font-family="OfficinaSansLT" font-size="{$schrifta}" font-weight="{$outline}" text-align="start">

The variable "schrifta" can be set either to 20pt or what other value you like to and it is evaluated.

The variable "outline" i set according to my first post doesnt seem to be evaluated in this above code the text is allways "normal"

But if i use the code

<xsl:value-of disable-output-escaping="no" select="$outline" />

I get the right output either "bold" or "normal".

So I am a little mixed up. But I hope this description is clear enough to see what my problem is.

(because I am no nativ english-speaker it may be a little hard to find out what I mean)

Thanks for your Answers.

Am 15.04.2016 um 14:42 schrieb Michael Kay mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx:
It would help to give a complete executable stylesheet (preferably with irrelevant detail removed) and a source document, plus expected output, so people can run it for themselves and debug it for you. As it is, we can only stare at the code - you haven't even told us what the failure symptoms are ("it doesn't work" isn't very helpful...)

One thing I would suggest it to cut out the whitespace in the variable value, which at best is unnecessary and at worst could cause downstream processing to produce the wrong results:

                <xsl:when test="@pnr != '7000'">normal</xsl:when>

Not being able to see a source document, I don't know if it's relevant, but you should be aware of the exact meaning of "@pnr != '7000'" - it means "if the pnr attribute exists and has a value other than '7000'. Writing "not(@pnr = '7000')" has a different meaning when the attribute is absent.

Michael Kay

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