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Old January 21st, 2008, 11:04 AM
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This is not a XSLT problem. If the HTML (or aspx in this case) that the XSLT is generating is not doing what you want you are not generating the correct ASPX.

We cannot help you if we don't understand what your output should look like. The problem is you are generating ASPX, which is then being used to generate your HTML page. You need to be able to view the ASPX file that is generated and then work out why its not working.

If you know what your ASPX should look like then tell us, and we can tell you why the XSLT isn't producing that. If you don't know what your ASPX should look like then you have a bigger problem, nothing to do with XSLT, and better to focus your energies elsewhere.


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