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Re: Dynamic XML variable used within XSL

From: treyaughenbaugh@-------.--- (---- -----------)
Date: 8/15/2004 5:33:00 PM
Thanks, but I'm not sure you understand my problem.
Basically what I will end up with is the home.xsl parse file that will
be used for the HOME.XML file, then there will be a variable called
TheArray that is just a string that is then converted to a node set
within the xsl file.  So I will then has two XML node sets witin the
XSL parsing.
The original Home.XML file and then the variable TheArray once
converted to a node set will be the other XML file.

Or maybe I'm not understanding your solution.


"Han" <hp4444@k...> wrote in message news:<uNIYqwrgEHA.904@T...>...
> Try change your xsl into string and dom again. e.g.
> xsl.loadxml xsl.xml
> After feeding the value. By the way, microsoft.xmldom is antique. Use the
> latest version of xml.


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