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, Jul 30, 2009 1:18:57 PM
2 responses to Displaying Transformed XML on an XPage via XSLT
Luc, March 4, 2010 1:08 PM
Very nice. Any idea how your solution could work through a authenticated HTTP proxy?
Your solution is working inside Xpages JVM, and i think this JVM is not providing you any access to System class.
So how would you get through a proxy?
i would be very interested in your opinion about this.
John Z Marshall, December 9, 2009 12:52 PM
very useful tip thanks.
Just an addition to this technique. You can pass parameters to Stylesheets from the XPage. With
You can the subsequently delcare this parameter in you XSLT by adding
<xsl:param name="showPhone" />
and the usen it for example to hide or display data thus
<xsl:if test="contains($showPhone, 'No') = false">
<xsl:value-of select="telephonenumber" />
Currently using this technique to configure the displayed elements and number of elements in a custom control for RSS feed.