Hi, My generated XML doc structure looks like the following:
I need to create href (link) pointing to another JSP with a parameter of its value from the first <col> only. I have written the following XSL but, it creates wrong output. Please help me creating the correct XSL. I want to create a link to editProd.jsp?id=3400 for only this tag: <col>3400</col> and rest of the other columns should be just displayed with created as links.
Hi, I am sorry I wasn't able to put it properly. I'll try again. In my xml document, information under <Row> tag corresponds to one record in the database, and each <col> represent different columns within it. I first need to display all the products, basically all <Row> data in products.jsp that leads to editProduct.jsp when the name link is pressed. Only 'name' represented by second <col> tag value should be displayed as a href link where as, rest of them as plain text. The href link calls another JSP called editProduct.jsp where I need to pass all the <col> data as parameters values. So for example, my href link for the below <Row> should be like: editProduct.jsp?id=3400&name="Black and white"&stat="orderable"&price="300"
Hope I am clearer now. Thank you for your time and help. Raj.
First, your XML is not correct, you need to close <data> and <Row> tags:
Second, in the first for-each operator, the sequence of nodes should follow your input document hierarchy, i.e. not <xsl:for-each select="/RowSet/data/row"> but <xsl:for-each select="RowSet/Row/data"> Then, instead of second for-each cycle, you can access your col elements via col[n] construct, where n is 1, 2, 3 etc. We want to use them as attribute value, for this reason we will use so-called "attribute-value template", which is a shorthand for xsl:value-of element. Practically it means we put col[n] in curly braces. If I understood your requirements correctly, it will be
[ July 30, 2003: Message edited by: Mapraputa Is ]