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How Mozilla implements the Extension Functions

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Hi,,

Can anybody tell me how mozilla implements the extension functions for
its XSLT processor. presently we are not able to make new extension
functions and call it in the XSL files. But IE supports this by using
an addObject() method. I got some information that mozilla does not
support this methods.but in their firefox 3 they added some
functionality.

Can anyone tell me any altenate method for doing the same. i mean
calling an extension function ( or any function written in one .js
file ) in the XPATH of the XSL file.

Thanking You

Shidhin.C.R
Jun 27 '08 #1
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sh*******@gmail.com wrote:
Can anybody tell me how mozilla implements the extension functions for
its XSLT processor. presently we are not able to make new extension
functions and call it in the XSL files. But IE supports this by using
an addObject() method. I got some information that mozilla does not
support this methods.but in their firefox 3 they added some
functionality.
With IE and MSXML you add an extension object with addObject. Extension
functions are added with the msxsl:script element, not with addObject.
I don't think Firefox/Mozilla provides any such features to stylesheet
authors, not even with Firefox 3.0.

You might want to ask in the newsgroup mozilla.dev.tech.xslt to make sure.


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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/
Jun 27 '08 #2

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