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xslt with param using xmlspy

Posted on 2003-12-10
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Hi all,

I am running an xsl transformation using xmlspy5 rel. 3 and my problem is that
i don't know how to pass a parameter to the xsl with xmlspy.
if i use a transformation utility or write a piece of code for transformatin , it's fine - but haven't figured out how to do it with xmlspy yet.....

cheers.  
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Not sure about version 5 but with version 2004 you can select XSL Parameters from the XSL menu and add your parameters to the dialog box that appears. If that isn't available in version 5 then I would suggest upgrading.

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