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Default Getting post/get parameters with XSLT?

I have a page that is styling XML with XSLT. I need to get parameters from an URL f.ex and use that parameter in the XSLT to decide wich element to display.

Lets assume this is my XML
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<data>
  <content-one>
    <![CDATA[]]>
  </content-one>
  <content-two>
    <![CDATA[]]>
  </content-two>
</data>
If the url says web.com/?parameter=1 I wanna display <content-one> and if url says web.com/?parameter=2 I wanna display <content-two>

Is this possible?



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Yes it's possible but the details depend on what technology and what API you're using, for example on whether it's JSP pages, ASP.NET, or whetever. Basically you have to strip the query parameters off the URI in your application code and then pass them to the transformation engine via its API.

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Ok. Thanx, will try it out.

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