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a quick question
- From: Yihpyng Kuan <email@example.com>
- To: "Thomas B. Passin" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2001 09:54:02 -0700 (PDT)
Hi, Tom, look like you know quite well about XML and
Here is a quick question from someone, can you shed
some light on this ? Thanx -
"I am reading values from the database and sending
them to the response object as XML nodes.
In my xsl sheet, I want to do a <for-each> statement
that will loop through all the nodes drawing each item
in a small table.
What I can't figure out is, if each link on the page
will pass a parameter to the next page (eg
I cannot figure out how to have the xsl page draw the
link and place a dynamic parameter in the querystring
(eg the 'itemid=12' would have itemid='13' on the next
table below it and 'itemid=14' on the table below it,
so when the person clicks the lnk I can hit the
database to grab all the info on that item by it's
passed ID value.
How do I get the xsl to place the value inside that
link? Ive been reading on xlink, but apparently it's
not supported yet, and I couldn't figure it out
Basically, he is trying to do things like this -
When doing a query, that retrieves 100 items (for
example) matches. Then, he wants to be able to use
XML/XSL to do next-page/prev-page on the fly. User can
click on the XML/XSL page's link to go back and forth.
Any good suggestion ?
--- Rahul <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Thankx for the help,Thomas.
> But how to use document() funtion?
> Can u provide me some code to use it?
> Thanking u,
> PCS Ltd,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Thomas B. Passin <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 6:33 PM
> Subject: Re: How to include .xml with .xsl,.dtd into
> > You can write an xslt stylesheet that brings in
> each "template" document
> > combine them as you wish. Just use the document()
> instruction in your
> > stylesheet for each one. Or run each template
> separately and use a final
> > stylesheet to merge them. xslt also has "include"
> and "import"
> > to combine stylesheet fragments into one
> > XInclude doesn't have much if any standard
> software available yet, and
> > should work fine.
> > Cheers,
> > Tom P
> > [Rahul]
> > I have created three templates i.e. three
> .xml files using three
> > different DTDs.
> > I applied three different .XSLs to these
> > The files created are:
> > Now I want to include these three templates with
> .XSLs and .DTDs in one
> > template.i.e.MainTemplate.
> > How can I do it?
> > I've heard about XInclude ,how can I use it?
> > What's the syntax to declare XInclude in
> > and include it in .xml files?
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