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Next / Previous in XSLT

 
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Hi,
I have to display a set of records (using XSLT) and allow the user to use NEXT and PREVIOUS buttons to traverse the records. I don't want to use the xmldom object. Is there any other way of doing this?
Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Aarti,
Are you talking about the 'Next' and 'Previous'-buttons on your browser? Will you do this as a (Java) Applet, a (Java) Application or only HTML/JSP/XSL?
If you provide more info, then perhaps someone can help you...
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This may be just a special case of the "how do I show ten records at a time from my database query" problem, with XSLT added as an extra layer of formatting after the results are returned as XML. If so, then I suggest looking through the JDBC forum for suggestions.
If you are looking for some sort of dynamic re-processing of the input with a slightly different XSLT then it is possible, but only if you have full control of the XSLT processing in your client system - if it's a Java application which includes an XSLT engine, for example.
 
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