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From "Robin Green" <>
Subject Re: XSP/XSL use java within an XSL tag
Date Thu, 09 Nov 2000 12:01:04 GMT
"Peter C. Verhage" <> wrote:
>Robin Green wrote:
>: Do it in two stages. The logicsheet does the java stuff, and inserts a
>: stylesheet processing instruction which does the xsl stuff.
>Sorry to bother you any further. But how do you mean this exactly? Must I
>create in my logicsheet a tag with a value of the directory and filename,
>and compare this later in the xsl stylesheet with the file?

Yes. But you can use multiple "style"sheets.

>I could probably
>do that, but if I do so it isn't transparent anymore for the end-user,

True, but when the stylesheet-chaining bug is fixed (real soon now!!) you 
will be able to do it almost completely transparently, with a stylesheet PI 
that is inserted by the logicsheet.

>Can it be
>accomplished in any different way?

Do the whole comparison in Java. Or maybe use the FP taglib??

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