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Yes you can define multiple inputs ,
Define them as paramaters in your xslt and in mapsources...
then when you browse to this xsl these parameters will be dispalyed as Variable Names bindings under Bind Variables.
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" >
inp1 and inp2 will serve as multiple inputs
hy thanks much for your valuable inputs . Seems they will work as I just gave a quick test . But as a quicker I would ask that if I give both the inputs would it still require any input document to be fed . After I give it 2 variables , I don't want to give it any input document .
I guess yes you will have to give document as input.. I will try at my end and let you know. you have marked the thread as answered but forgit top mark the correct answer as correct. :)
hy .. now stuck in a more horrific issue . When I pass input parameters to the xslt , I cant use them in the xslt , no matter what syntax I use . As simple as this one in the code below which just outputs the value of parameters doesn't work . My inputs are xml documents .
I used lot of options while selecting values of parameters like : document($A) , $A. Nothing seems to be working . Error which I get are : java.lang.RuntimeException: Invalid conversion from 'node-set' to 'org.apache.xmlbeans.impl.store.Xobj$DocumentXobj'.
<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:cla="http://webservices.zurich.com/zsoa/nac/claimmanagement/claimpredictivemodeling-v1_0" >
<xsl:value-of select = "$A"/>
pls help me out . m ysing styluss studio for dev and run time OSB 11G .
did you get any workaround for "Xobj$DocumentXobj" stuff ?