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XML and XSLT (IBM Lombardi)

XML and XSLT (IBM Lombardi)

XML and XSLT (IBM Lombardi)

Hello everyone,

My team is having the following problem and could need any help. Thanks in advance

we are using lombardi teamworks , one concept in lombardi is build the screen as xml and transform it to HTML using XSLT

building the screen like XML1 (the tw:value has static value), is working using XSLT1 ,

my question is how to modify XSLT 1 to work with XML2 (using variable in tw:value not static value , the value of tw.local.file path will be something like http://ip/al/filename)


tw:Layout tw:id="section12" tw:styleClass=""

tw:Section tw:columns="1"


  tw:SectionTitle tw:id="sectionTitle" tw:visible="false">banner</tw:SectionTitle


  tw:Override tw:key="FILESNIPPET" tw:value="http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/al/bannerSnip.xml" /


  tw:Row tw:rows="0"


    tw:Column /






tw:Layout tw:id="section1" tw:styleClass=""

tw:Section tw:columns="1"


  tw:SectionTitle tw:id="sectionTitle" tw:visible="false">Section Title</tw:SectionTitle


  tw:Override tw:key="FILESNIPPET" tw:value="&lt;#= tw.local.filePath #&gt;" /


  tw:Row tw:rows="0"


    tw:Column /






xsl:template match="tw:Section"



  xsl:when test="tw:Override[@tw:key='FILESNIPPET']"


    xsl:apply-templates select="document(tw:Override[@tw:key='FILESNIPPET']/@tw:value)/tw:Form/tw:Layout/tw:Section" /






    xsl:call-template name="tw:StandardSection"/





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