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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Using output from XSP in XSL condition instructions
Date Wed, 01 Nov 2000 12:22:25 GMT
It's very simple.

Logicsheets are applied first.
Then XSP is converted into a Java class and executed.
Then stylesheets and/or additional logicsheets are applied.

It all depends on the order you specify your processing instructions in. So 
any XSL which needs to process the results of XSP, must go in a 
logic/stylesheet that is applied AFTER XSP.

Alternatively you could use a Java if statement instead of xsl:choose, for 
example.


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