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How to do get a value of Prompt text using XSL?

How to do get a value of Prompt text using XSL?

How to do get a value of Prompt text using XSL?

I would like change a value of prompt text before of processing.
I think change the promptConstant_text.xsl

There is an attribule VALUE:

<xsl:attribute name="VALUE">
  <xsl:value-of select = "./pa[@ia='1']"/>
I want change to:
<xsl:attribute name="VALUE">
       <xsl:eval language="VBScript">MY_Function(prompt value)</xsl:eval>

How to obtain the prompt value? And to pass it to My_Function?

RE: How to do get a value of Prompt text using XSL?

1) you need to put the my_function javascript into the xsl upfront so that it shows up in the html

2) since the value prompt is essentially a form text box, the better way is to intercept the submit button action to call your function with the value of the text box.  CHeck any html and xsl guidebook for the correct syntax

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