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detect current URL, referer in XSL???

Veronica Damian
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Joined: Feb 04, 2006
Posts: 61
is it possible to detect current URL or referer in XSL?

(for conditionals.. for ex. if this stylesheet is in such-and-such a URL, etc..

where I work we do JSP/custom tags with code like, <framework:style uri="/xsl/dc_search.xsl....> so same XSL stylesheet might be used in more than one JSP..)

thank you..

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Subhadip Chatterjee
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Joined: Dec 12, 2006
Posts: 93
Hey Veronica,
I can give you a small suggestion...you can get the user request URL, from HttpRequest instance itself. So, in your custom tag, create a HttpServletRequest instance (pageContext.getRequest()) and get the request URI using <instance>.getRequestURI()/<instance>.getRequestURL().
Store that into a Hashmap & pass it to the XSL trnasformer as a transform param. use the Hashmap key, as <xsl:param> in your XSL file. and use the param anywhere accross the XSL.


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