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Old April 23rd, 2013, 04:25 AM
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Default Java enum in XSLT


I would like to use Java enum defined values in my XLST, but none of my callings are correct.

Could you put me an example usage of:

MyEnum {one, tow, three}

in XSLT, please?

Thank you all!
Old April 23rd, 2013, 04:56 AM
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Conventions for calling from XSLT to Java (or vice versa) depend on which XSLT processor you are using.

Saxon doesn't provide any way of passing ENUM values.

I don't know about Xalan, but since there has been no new development on Xalan in the last few years, and ENUMs are a relatively late addition to Java, I suspect the same is true.
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Thank you very much Michael :)

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