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James Fuller wrote:
>u do not *have* to place all your xsl into one huge xslt
>why not bring in each seperate XSLT using xsl:include?
>then use modes to disambiguate between matching 'xsl:template' templates.
>gl, Jim Fuller
That would work, but it would likely cause some naming issues with the
modes. The problem is that for each web application there is one Site
object (or in this case XML file) which has sometimes hundreds of
Modules, which in turn have anywhere from 20-50 views. On each HTTP
request the framework loads one Site, one Module, and one View, but
which one it loads is determined dynamically by information extracted
from the request. Although I always try to use unique names for views,
it is possible that there are Views in different Modules that have the
same name. Is there a way to get around this by using xsl:key
assignment? I haven't had much luck in getting that kind of thing to
work properly, but if you have any suggestions I would love to hear them.