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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] How to set up profiling in customization layer?

ofcourse... I should have thought of that. But no, adding inner quotes did not do any difference
Best Regards,
Bergfrid Skaara

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Camille Bégnis <camille@neodoc.biz> wrote:

<xsl:param name="profile.audience" select="None"/>

Will try to select a "None" element. Try this instead:

<xsl:param name="profile.audience" select="'None'"/>

With the word 'None' into simple quotes so it's taken as a string.... I
was caught a number of times on this :-)


Bergfrid Skaara wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to introduce profiling to the following scenario, so far
> without success:
> DocBook 5, modular with xincludes and olinks. Have unique xml:id and
> profiling attributes set
> XSL customization layer which imports fo/profile-docbook.xsl
> oxygen XML Editor 10.3 with saxon6.5.5 and FOP0.95 stylesheets 1.75.1
> problem:
> I have <section audience="All">... and add <xsl:param
> name="profile.audience" select="None"></xsl:param> to my cust.layer
> and the generated PDF is not filtered (everything is included). Both
> validation and transformation are successfull and
> fo/profile-docbook.xsl is read at processing. It seems like the
> profile param is ignored.
> I believe I've followed the instructions in the book to the letter,
> but clearly I must be missing something. Suggestions?
> Best regards,
> Bergfrid Skaara

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