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  1. Thanks for your reply. I have to apologie as I found that the problem has nothing to do with xslt, but depends on whether the page is in a frame or not. Sorry for wasting your time and appreciate your advises.
  2. There may be a better way, but this one seems to work. If xml is: <mydata> <datacount> <data>data1</data> <count>count1</count> </datacount> <datacount> <data>data2</data> <count>count2</count> </datacount> <datacount> <data>data3</data> <count>count3</count> <datacount> <data>data4</data> <count>count4</count> </datacount><mydata> use this xsl: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?><xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl
  3. I have a dynamic web page with an <a> where the href varies with the contents. I would like the <a> to open in a new tab instead of a new IE. So I use <a href="......." target="_blank"/> to achieve this but not always work: (1). using jsp to generate html, target="_blank" in the resulting html leads to new tab, as expected.(2). instead of jsp->html, using servlet to write xml to IE with xslt, target="_blank" in the xsl leads to new IE opened, not new tab.(3). In 2, if I view the source in IE and save the xml together with the xsl in same folder, open the xml directly with
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