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Assigning XML element value to a textbox field

 
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How to assign a value from xml to a text field in xsl ??

<LensSelector>
<Astigmatism>
<Question>Do you have Astigmatism </Question>
<Yes>ABCD</Yes>
<No>EFGH</No>
</Astigmatism>

</LensSelector>

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None of the below works :



<input type="text" name="question" size="100" value="<xsl:value-of select='Question'/>">



<input type="text" name="question1" size="100">
<xsl:attribute name="value"> <value-of select="Question"/></xsl:attribute>

</input>

Please help me
 
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The second option should work but looks like the "xsl" prefix is missing from the "value-of" element.

If it still does not work, please paste your complete xslt content here.
 
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