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retrieving parameters from query string in xslt

Posted on 2011-09-22
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Hi,

How would I go about retrieving parameters passed through the URL in a query string using xslt?

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Geert Bormans earned 500 total points
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That usually is not an XSLT matter, but is largely depending on your infrastructure
If for instance you are using ASP,
it is ASP that gets the query strings from the request header
and from ASP you can call teh XSLT whilst passing in parameters
Same applies to other infractructures.

In your Sarissa example you take the aproach of calling a javascript function with parameters
If you make that genuin <a href="..." (http GET) you just need to create the url inside the href
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