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RE: passing parameters between pages

2005-11-29 14:53:47
From: Oleg Konovalov [mailto:olegkon(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com]


I am not asking about Cocoon, but how to pass parameters
between 2 XSL pages.

I have been using XSL professionally many years and I have no idea what you
mean when you say *between 2 XSL pages*

What is an XSL page?

Parameters are passed by the stylesheet processor to the stylesheet itself
via a standard interface defined in the Recommendation, that is, top-level
xsl:param instructions named the same as the names of the expected
parameters' name/value pairs.  How those parameters are passed to the
processor is entirely dependent upon your processor and your environment.
Your environment is Cocoon; your processor is probably Xalan.  And it makes
no matter how desperate you are.

And rather than trouble the Cocoon list with questions about archaic and
possibly obsolete interfaces, perhaps a search of an archive of the Cocoon
list is in order?



Mike Haarman,
XSL Developer,
Internet Broadcasting Systems, Inc.

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