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From "Steven Larsen">
Subject RE: XSP tag library problem C1.8
Date Tue, 16 Jan 2001 14:11:33 GMT
I'm aware of that. Trying to troubleshoot a problem with separate logic
sheets (see earlier threads).

Steven J. Larsen

-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Green []
Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 7:03 AM
Subject: RE: XSP tag library problem C1.8

"Steven Larsen" <> wrote:
>If I put my logic in the xml file (business_default.xml), it works perfect
>(always has) so I know logic and code is alright. If I put it in the xsl
>file (transformtoHTML.xsl below), it doesn't give me any errors, but it
>doesn't see my code in the compiled java file and doesn't produce the
>desired date string in the resulting HTML.

Not a good idea to combine a logicsheet and a stylesheet into one file. Use
separation of concerns - one or more .xsl to produce xsp tags and/or Java
code (the logicsheet), and one .xsl to transform the output of XSP into

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