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From Christopher Oliver <res1c...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: JX Template help
Date Wed, 02 Jul 2003 18:23:40 GMT
This seems to be a limitation of JXPath. I'll try to look into it. As a 
workaround you can set your own loop index variable:

   <t:set var="position" value="#{1}"/>
   <t:forEach items="#{pageNames}">
        <a href="#" 
onmousedown="doAction('#{$PAGEACTION}','#{$position}')">#{.}</a><br/>
        <t:set var="position" value="#{$position + 1}"/>
    </t:forEach>

Jeremy Quinn wrote:

> (I think I sent this just as the mailing lists were being changed 
> over, my apologies if two copies arrive)
>
>
>
> Hi All,
>
> Anyone got an idea what I am doing wrong here?
>
> I have a java.util.ArrayList called "pageNames", populated with 
> Strings, that I want to output (along with their index) using JX 
> Template.
>
>     <t:forEach items="#{pageNames}">
>         <a href="#" 
> onmousedown="doAction('#{$PAGEACTION}','#{position()}')">#{.}</a><br/>
>     </t:forEach>
>
> The output I get looks like this:
>
>     <a href="#" 
> onmousedown="doAction('PAGE_THUS','0')">Abdu'Allah</a><br/>
>     <a href="#" onmousedown="doAction('PAGE_THUS','0')">Budgett</a><br/>
>     <a href="#" onmousedown="doAction('PAGE_THUS','0')">Evans</a><br/>
>     ......                                                                 
>           ^
>
> ie. 'position()' is not working as I would expect it to do, (from my 
> experience with XSLT).
>
> Should I expect it to work the same way?
> Is there an alternative way of doing this?
>
>
> Thanks for any help
>
> regards Jeremy
>
>



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