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From Philippe Guillard <pguill...@soociety.com>
Subject Re: Portal stylesheets and sitemap parameters
Date Mon, 13 Dec 2004 17:17:51 GMT
I'll check, thanks.

Ralph Goers wrote:

>portal-page.xsl is invoked in the portal pipeline, so passing sitemap
>parameters is easy.  The "tab" stylesheets are configured in cocoon.xconf
>and are invoked via the XSLTAspect during portal processing. The sitemap
>is not involved in that.  However, you can pass parameters to these
>stylesheets. They can be configured into the XSLTAspect definition or in
>the portal layout as layout parameters. Both can contain references to
>input modules.
>
>HTH
>Ralph
>
>
>Philippe Guillard said:
>  
>
>>Hi all,
>>
>>I can get a sitemap parameter in portal-page.xsl, but can't find a way
>>to get it in other stylesheets like linktab.xsl. Any idea?
>>
>>In the main portal sitemap i have :
>>
>>    <map:match pattern="portal">
>>........
>>                            <map:transform
>>src="{global:skin}styles/portal-page.xsl">
>>                                <map:parameter name="fortitle"
>>value="{session-attr:myAttribute}"/>
>>                                <map:parameter name="user" value="{ID}"/>
>>                            </map:transform>
>>....
>>    <map:match/>
>>
>>In portal-page.xsl:
>><xsl:param name="myAttribute"/>
>>i get my parameter sucessfully
>>
>>But in linktab.xsl:
>><xsl:param name="myAttribute"/>
>>then <xsl:value-of select="$myAttribute"/>  gives nothing. I don't
>>understand how stylesheets are imbricated?
>>
>>Phil
>>
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