It only makes sense to have a disable-output-escaping attribute on elements that are actually doing output of text. As far as I can see that's only xsl:value-of and xsl:text, but I would encourage you to look at one of the many sites on the Internet that provide XSLT tutorials and XSLT documentation, if you want to look through all of the xsl: elements.
If you are saying thatcauses errors, that's because you didn't escape the < and > characters in the "select" attribute correctly. You have to write this instead:Then, your best bet is to have some code like this:(Edited to disable output escaping in examples of how to escape < and >) [ April 12, 2006: Message edited by: Paul Clapham ]
I have it print out of this on my desk, and its probably worth its weight in gold - you won't find a higher concentration of useful XSL stuff on two sheets of paper! [ April 13, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]
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thank you very much... (yes I had made mistake when printed <br> in my post, of course I meant
Error occurred while compiling stylesheet '<fileName>.xslt'.
Code: 0x80004005 Expression expected.
I can't find this string (or even just "--br" in xslt or xml.. compiler does not say on what line error occurs, this is a bit of a pain.. I know issue about which I posted my orig post is causing this, b/c if for testing purposes I do