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  • Dominic_Botham
    Group, I need some sample of business letters (XML,XSL,XSL-FO) can you please send me some samples for me.Something like the one i attached with this mail.
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      I need some sample of business letters (XML,XSL,XSL-FO) can you please send
      me some samples for me.Something like the one i attached with this mail.
      Thanks in anticipation

      -----Original Message-----
      From: G. Ken Holman [mailto:gkholman@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 7:22 PM
      To: XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [XSL-FO] Xalan problem with xsl:param

      At 2002-09-10 08:29 +0000, splifke wrote:
      >"javax.xml.transform.TransformerException: xsl:param is not allowed
      >in this position in the stylesheet!
      > at org.apache.xalan.processor.StylesheetHandler.error
      >This error is produced on code like this (the xsl:param definition in
      >the templates is the problem):
      ><xsl:template match="table">
      > <xsl:if test="caption">
      > <fo:table-caption xsl:use-attribute-sets="table.data.caption">
      > <fo:block start-indent="0em">
      > <xsl:apply-templates select="caption"/>
      > </fo:block>
      > </fo:table-caption>
      > </xsl:if>
      > <fo:table xsl:use-attribute-sets="table.data" >
      > <xsl:param name="frame">

      I suspect you have a basic misunderstanding about parameters. They only
      parameterize either template rules or the entire stylesheet ... they cannot
      parameterize a portion of the stylesheet.

      If you are just trying to set $frame and $rule, then use <xsl:variable>
      which is allowed pretty well anywhere in a template rule.

      ><xsl:template name="table.frame_rules">
      > <xsl:param-variable name="frame"/>
      > <xsl:param-variable name="rule"/>

      These are improperly named XSLT instructions ... they should be <xsl:param>.

      >What I do not understand is how to pass parameters if the previous
      >example is not valid.

      Unfortunately, your example isn't valid.

      >I found similar examples on several sites (for
      >example http://www.xml.com/lpt/a/2001/02/07/trxml9.html).

      I could not find your use of these instructions on that page ... I think
      Bob has it all right on that page, and knowing Bob he would get it right as
      he is good at what he does.

      > On the
      >contrary I found out that the xsl:param tag is only allowed within
      >xsl:stylesheet and xsl:transform.

      I feel you have been misinformed.

      >Does anybody know how I can pass parameters from templates to other
      >templates without producing an invalid xsl-file?

      Check again what Bob has to say ... it looks fine to me.

      I hope this helps.

      ......................... Ken

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