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XSLT concat what is wrong w/ the following

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  1. <xsl:param name="foostart" select=(xsl:value-of select="startdate")/>
  2.            <xsl:param name="fooend" select =(xsl:value-of select= "enddate")/>
  3.            <xs:param name="startend select=("concat($foostart,'-',$fooend)" />


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  1. <td><xsl:value-of select="concat(xsl:value-of select ="starttime","-", xsl:value-of select="endtime")"/></td>
Aug 5 '09 #1
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8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
you didn’t quote properly.

the first 2 lines (resp. the attribute values) are not quoted at all, the 3rd one misses 1 and has a ( too much, the 4th one is not correctly nested (the attribute value goes from the first " to the next ")
Aug 6 '09 #2
what would the correct lines be?

these aren't attributes ....but elements
Aug 6 '09 #3
8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
to give you an example
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  1. <xsl:param name="foostart" select="xsl:value-of select='startdate'"/>
this would be valid (though I don’t know, whether it’s what you want)
Aug 7 '09 #4
<xsl:param name="startend" select=("concat($foostart,'-',$fooend))" />

what is the matter w/ this...and should this be a param or a variable?
Aug 12 '09 #5
8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
still not valid, omit the outmost parentheses.

whether this should be a variable or parameter depends on its use, refer to the specs for that.
Aug 13 '09 #6

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