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Subject: RE: [xsl] Netscape XSL and ' charcter
From: "Deshpande, Gururaj" <gururaj.deshpande@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2002 14:54:45 -0400

> [Deshpande, Gururaj]
> >
> > I am using Netscape 6.2 on WIN 2000 PC. No web server used. All taking
> place
> > on client.
> >
> > I have a XSL and XML file (see the files below). I am calling a
> javascript
> > function and passing a parameter using two '  (single quotes) to wrap
> the
> > string. Netscape converts this to &apos;. This is not I want. I want
> > netscape to just pass the value with two ' on both sides.
> >
> Well, in fact this example works fine with the latest version of Mozilla.
> That is, it works once some errors have been corrected.  The way you have
> it
> in your post, the stylesheet is not even well-formed.
> Here's the main part I fixed:
>        <td><a href="javascript:test('{prodxml}')">
> <xsl:value-of select="equipmentno"/></a>
>     </td>
> Whatever you were trying to do with xsl:text (and it is garbled in your
> post), don't do that.
> Also, you refer to a variable $plant, but you have not created that
> variable
> anywhere;  I removed the "$" sign to make this work.
> Cheers,
> Tom P
	[Deshpande, Gururaj]

	Thanks for your reply.

	1) Now the single quote is generating properly. But it does not run
javascript function. Am I doing anything wrong?
	2) How can I use   <xsl:attribute name="href">,  instead of your

	$plant was a variable which I had created earlier. I forgot to
delete this line. Sorry for that.



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