Is there any way to do an XSL Transform on a XML document with some param's rather than creating an internal XML document which the XSL doc then transforms?
What i am trying to achive is to have a single XML document which is used to control the call center and depending on the call it will extract specific info for that call (open closed states as well as routing numbers)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
What i want to be able to do is update the open closed states from an admin menu for a specific site - i have created an xsl style sheet that peforms the updates using parameters
i havent had time to look into it any further - i just came up with a work around to use multiple XML files and rewrite the whole file including the static fields... I think it is possible with some java code or class i just havent got around to it
Did you ever get this to work with 8.x? Since you mentioned doing it with JAR, I assuming you are using an external java class/jar? I am attempting to do something similar, but am not having any luck with the XSL transform step.
Dennis, I got it sort of working but there was a limitation that i hit where you could not use parameters with the XSL transform step so i had to use a dedicated transform step for each combination which was far from ideal. I did start to write an exernal class for it and it did work but i didnt end up using it
I ended up using the 3rd party xalan.jar (apache) jar. I uploaded it as a 3rd party jar file. I wrote a uccx script that sets up and performs the transformation with java objects. That script it setup as a subflow, so it is taking the XMLFile, XSLTFile, uploadString, and Parameter-Values as a 2x2 array.
The array is passed in and cycled through, and it is passed as an entire array.
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