One thing I want to do with the parameters is potentially add one of
them into a file, and I think I will try to do this using the
call. My idea is that the XSLT will have something like this:
Where /foo/bar.cgi is some CGI (could be XSLT too of course!)
take the input parameter and add it to a file and return
a yes or a no answer as the output something like this:
Since I'm using a pipeline I can then have a look at the
result in the
next stage of the pipeline to see if it worked!
I didn't find this in the XSLT FAQ so I thought I'd post it. Thoughts?
I am also a little concerned about security too.
Perfectly legal, but remember that if you use the instruction above twice
during one transformation, the XSLT processor has most probably cached the
response, and will not do a second GET.
Jarno - VNV Nation: Structure
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