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Xsl:attribute Name Problem


bakunin
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Hi, i have a problem with my xsl:attribute, i want the name of the attribute to be the name of the tag so here is what it would look like.

<xsl:attribute  name="[b]<xsl:value-of select='name()'/>[/b]">  blablabla		   	</xsl:attribute>

But of course we can't use "<" in a xsl tag wich is why xsl attribute was invented, to be able to use a select as a value but what am i supposed to do when its the name of the attribute that use a select.I thought about doing this but it doesn't work :).

<xsl:attribute><xsl:attribute name="name"><xsl:value-of select='name()'/></xsl:attribute>	 blablabla	   	</xsl:attribute>

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You can use AVT inside the name attribute. "AVT" is basically an XPath expression in parenthesis... like so:

<xsl:attribute  name="{name()}">  blablabla			   </xsl:attribute>

Same goes for the <xsl:processing-instruction/> and <xsl:element/> elements.

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