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Hello All,

I have a need to call a javascript function from xsl and store the output in an xsl variable.

I can't use <a href="javascript:somthingt()"></a>.

I am looking for something like  <xsl:variable name="newtest">
<xsl:value-of select="javascript:test()"/>
                                    </xsl:variable>
<script type=javascript>
function test(){
return "abcd";}
</script>

Where 'newtest' will contain the result of 'test' js function. i.e, abcd

Thanks,
Rohit.
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