So the problem is that this engine is not really performant :
if as user i
search "Bla" it won't find it because of the case "B" instead
of "b". Is it
possible to say IgnoreCase in xsl ?
No, you have to use an extension or use translate($text, 'ABCDEFG...',
The other (bigger) problem is that if the user write many
words (with spaces
in between) "bla blo", the it will looks for this exact
string whereas i'd
like it to search for bla OR blo. Is there a way to make it in xsl ? a
special function ?
A recursive template. Tokenize the query string, and test each token
PS : in my project, i generate the whole Path
"THEME[contains(@label,$string)]" with asp and this is the
i send to the xsl and then i do : <xsl:for-each
select="dyn:evaluate(.,$string)"> (evaluate is a function from the dyn
namespace which calculate the xPath expression. Maybe i could make an
traitment direct in the aps page to do what i want ?
Umm... why don't you just use the expression THEME[contains(@label,$string)]
and pass query string in with $string? I must be missing something here; wish I
could say "Well, I am psychic, you know" like she can.
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