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Old August 16th, 2010, 07:59 AM
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Hi All,

We are running an XML report from an OAF page. In the rtf, we are referring to an XSL template which internally gets data from a VO and initializes some User defined variables.
This XSL template internally refers another XSL template which actually parses the User defined variable information with the VO information and returns the information to print in the report.
This report basically prints the Contract terms for a quote.

The problem is, when we include these user defined variables in the 1st level of the contract terms, the variables output is coming, but any other level after that, the variables are not coming. So, we assume that there is some problem with the XSL in refering these variables.
The details are as follows:

in the rtf "MISASOPRINTQUOTE_08_03.rtf" ( attached )
iam referring "CallingContractTerms" (<?call-template:OrderingTemplate?> ) This refers to the XSL MISASOPRTXSL.xsl which is internally calling MISOKCTERMS.xsl.

The variables which are refered in "OrderingTemplate" are not appearing in the final out put.
there is some problem with the XSL in refering these variables.

Please tell me how to send the sample out put , and xsl files.
any personal mail id would be greatly help full..


Please help as soon as possible as the issue has got escalated at a very high level.

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I had never heard of OAF pages before - it seems to be an Oracle technology, so I suggest you ask in a forum appropriate to that technology.

Also, despite many years on this forum, I have no idea how to view attachments.

Finally, saying this:

>the issue has got escalated at a very high level.

will inevitably reduce the number of people who want to respond. No-one wants to get involved in solving technical problems if there's any pressure being applied.
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You should read the following post which may help you ask your question in a way which makes sense.

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