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Old April 4th, 2005, 04:43 AM
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Default SQL Server XML - Passing Variables

Hi there,

I am currently looking at using the SQL server IIS services for XML (which look great)

I can see how I would pass parameters to the SQL Server query, but does anyone know if it is possible to pass variables directly to the XSL document? (<xsl:param>)

Say for example you are writing a web report and you want to sent the title as a parameter for the resulting HTML?


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