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|Calling XSL templates from within hyperlink|
| 12:22 pm on Apr 15, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I am making my own XSL stylesheet and I want to perform different views and sorting of the data.
My XML file is quite large so i want to avoid diplsying the same data in different views on the same page and it seems pointless.
What i want to do is have some links at the top of the page where i can click a link and be presented with that view.
I had the idea but don't know how to do it and that is to call the template for any view that i wanted.
I would presume it would occur here but no idea how to make it work. Can anyone please help?
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[edited by: httpwebwitch at 7:55 pm (utc) on May 21, 2010]
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| 7:54 pm on May 21, 2010 (gmt 0)|
You'll need one stylesheet for each kind of view
When the user clicks a link, load the page with a different querystring. Based on the querystring, include a different XSLT stylesheet.
Use a server-side scripting language like PHP to render the right XSLT stylesheet
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