This might help you I haven't had much success searching my problem on google. I'm a junior Developer. A point in the right direction or any help will be much appreciated thank you. , See how I have modified your input field
hop of those help? Wherever you are reading it over the wire you are not reading it in XML format, that's in text format which "lt" stands for "less than", "<" and gt, "greater than", ">". Be sure that you have the declaration at the top:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Net Web API - How to pass a URL as input parameter on a Get
like below fixes the issue I am trying to pass a URL as a input parameter to a ApiController from an Angular REST call. The URL comes as a query string (this is a Provider Hosted app in SharePoint, I need the URL to query SP FWIW). , Have you tried calling it using a query string?
var queryUrl = "/api/ProjectSite?id=" + encodeURIComponent(spUrl);
XslCompiledTransform.Transform: pass a list of strings as input parameter and check "input array contains"
wish helps you In general, you have two options, if you want to compare the value in XSLT/XPath you would need to build an XML document with the strings and you can compare foo/@bar = $param/strings/string. As an alternative, you can implement an extension object to which you pass the attribut value or name from XSLT and then you do the comparison in your .NET code.
pass input attribute data to other input function parameter - angular