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From "Robin Green" <>
Subject Re: R: XSP reserch problem
Date Tue, 17 Oct 2000 12:00:14 GMT
"Marco Spinetti" <> wrote:
>Instead using some variables is fundamental according to me: how could I 
>otherwise do a piece of research in a Xml file with some parameters sent by 
>an user from a Wml page? The parameters change every time. To do the 
>research in a Xml sent with Xsl and some parameters by the user file I must 
>use XSP to take the parameters and use them to do the research.

Actually that's not necessary. XSLT can also take parameters from the 
request, see below. Trust me - it will work - I've seen it done! You can 
then stop using XSP which will make it faster.

(By the way Juan, your date/time is wrong. :)

>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Juan J. Merelo
>   To:
>   Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 12:49 AM
>   Subject: Re: XSP reserch problem
>     I think you don't have to use XSP to do that; if the only thing you 
>want to do is extract variables, do it this way:
>     <xsl:param name='sceltau'>Default Value</xsl:param>
>     <xsl:param name='segnou'>Default Value</xsl:param>
>     And then use it normally.
>     J

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