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RE: XSL/XSP formatting problem
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- Subject: RE: [xsl] XSL/XSP formatting problem
- From: "Dylan Walsh" <Dylan dot Walsh at Kadius dot com>
- Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 15:52:56 +0100
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- Thread-Topic: [xsl] XSL/XSP formatting problem
Put <xsl:copy-of select="test2" /> in your XSLT for debugging. Then look
at the source in your browser to see exactly what is being passed to the
XSL processor by XSP.
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> From: Jay [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 30, 2001 12:37 AM
> To: XSL-List@lists.mulberrytech.com
> Subject: [xsl] XSL/XSP formatting problem
> I'm using tomcat/cocoon on an NT box trying to process XML through two
> separate XSLT processes.
> The first process uses XSP to create XML that is used by a second XSLT
> The result of the first process is creating an element (<test2>) which
> contains a number of other elements (<a>), which are all to be used as
> href="blahblah">blah</a> tags.
> Using XSP to dynamically create these <a> tags, I get the following
> <test2><a href="go.xml?id=1">a</a><a href="go.xml?id=2">b</a><a
> and the <a> elements in <test2> are being ignored by my xsl
> If I create an xml file by hand and format it such:
> <a href="go.xml?id=1">a</a>
> <a href="go.xml?id=2">b</a>
> <a href="go.xml?id=3">c</a>
> then my xsl stylesheet handles it fine.
> I assume something happens in the resultant XML string produced by XSP
> is keeping my xsl from formatting it properly.
> Any ideas why. Or how to fix it?
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