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Default guid generator in xslt?

I need a 32 or 64 char guid generator in xslt. Does anyone know of anything? Do I need to program an extension java function?

 
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What processor? Using msxml then a JavaScript extension with the following script should do:
Code:
function getGUID()
{
  var oST = new ActiveXObject("Scriptlet.Typelib);
  var sGuid = oST").guid.substr(0, 38);
  oST = null;
  return sGuid;
}


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