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& lt xsl:variable name="id" select="OptionId" & gt

When I use the id like the following the value of id is not evaluated

CollapseChoiceResource($id)
any suggestions?


When I try to print the value of OptionId it is printed though
& lt xsl:value-of select="OptionId" /& gt

It is kind of critical please help me as soon as possible.

Thanks in Advance
 
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I guess that Attribute Value Templates might be the answer to your question. Look that up and see if I am right.
 
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Sorry cant get you . What do you mean by attribute value template?
 
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I suggested you should look it up, didn't I? I looked at the first four links that Google returns when you type those three words into its search box and they all looked like they would answer. You will find trying to learn a language by asking questions on a forum very slow, and I think you will find that doing Internet searches when you have a clear set of search words will move you along much faster.

Sure, I could tell you what that is. But the references you search out for yourself will have other related information that will likely also be useful.
 
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Thanks a lot. I understand . And I found the answer for the issue.

Thanks Again.
 
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