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Language: ASP.NET
Expertise: Intermediate
Jan 31, 2005



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

Use XSLT to Create an ASP.NET Page with ASP.NET Server Controls

Just write the HTML-Tag for the ASP.NET Control into the XSLT:

<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:asp="remove" ....
	<td class="someclass">
		<xsl:for-each select="n1:Priority">
			<asp:CheckBox id="Priority" runat="server">
					<xsl:when test=".='true'">
						<xsl:attribute name="checked">true</xsl:attribute>
					<xsl:when test=".='1'">
						<xsl:attribute name="checked">true</xsl:attribute>
	<td class="someclass">Priority</td>
That's what the following code does:

Protected ctlXML As PlaceHolder

Dim oXMLDoc As System.Xml.XPath.XPathDocument
Dim oXMLTrans As System.Xml.Xsl.XslTransform
Dim oSW As System.IO.StringWriter
Dim sHTML As String
Dim oCtl As Control

oXMLDoc = New System.Xml.XPath.XPathDocument("...")
oXMLTrans = New System.Xml.Xsl.XslTransform

'load the Stylesheet

'Transform XML to HTML
oSW = New System.IO.StringWriter
oXMLTrans.Transform(oXMLDoc, Nothing, oSW, Nothing)
sHTML = oSW.ToString

If Not sHTML Is Nothing Then
  'Remove the Definition for the "namespace" ASP, which has been created
  sHTML = sHTML.Replace("xmlns:asp=""remove""", "")
End If

oCtl = Page.ParseControl(sHTML)
Martin Moser
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