XSLT Extensions

Got a request to come up with a list of all the extension functions we provide in Publisher. I finally got around to generating some javadoc for the XSLTFunctions.java.

You can get the zipped java doc for the 5.6.3 release here.
You can get the zipped java doc for the 10.1.3.4 release here

Should be enough in there for you to work out whats needed in terms of parameters.

To use the functions you need to prefix them with

<?xdoxslt: function_name(parameters) ?>

Enjoy!

Comments:

Hi Tim, Thanks for xposing this info. Provides lot of information to handle certain things :). Vetri.

Posted by Vetsrini on August 28, 2008 at 03:51 AM MDT #

Hi Tim, One of our customers is looking to deploy BI Publisher to generate reports from XML data files They are an insurace company and have written XML output programs for Cobol and have many xml data files 1. Can they run reports using Web services and pass the xml dta file as a parameter? 2. Can they store xml data in relational table and query xml data from relational storage. Thank you

Posted by Marek Winiarski on August 28, 2008 at 01:16 PM MDT #

Hi Marek I think I answered you via email. The answer to both questions is Yes! Tim

Posted by Tim on August 30, 2008 at 01:20 AM MDT #

Hey Tim, Excellent stuff... Why not unzip and upload to web site for SEO / Google search reasons. Gareth

Posted by Gareth Roberts on September 02, 2008 at 11:09 PM MDT #

Your wish is my command - 563 10134 Tim

Posted by Tim on September 03, 2008 at 02:39 AM MDT #

Hi Tim, Preently we are generating html invoice from xml data using xslt stylesheet in oracle BRM (7.3.1).We are planning to leverage BI publisher to generate pdf invoice. Can we use the existing xslt stylesheet to generate the pdf invoice? I tried but was successfull in generating html invoice.How do I generate pdf invoice using the xslt stylesheet from the xml data? Thanks and Regards Angsuman

Posted by Angsuman Mukherjee on May 08, 2010 at 04:31 PM MDT #

Great and useful method, I have been doing this with great results. Like anything else though you have to think outside the box.

Posted by Mark Young on August 01, 2010 at 10:18 AM MDT #

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