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Specifies the parameters for another BPL element as a set of name-value pairs.
<parameters>    <parameter name='MAXLEN' value='1024' />    <parameter name='MINLEN' value='1' /> </parameters> 
Element Purpose
<parameter> Zero or more <parameter> elements may appear inside the <parameters> container. Each <parameter> element defines one parameter. Each <parameter> element has two attributes, name and value, as described below.
The optional <parameters> element is valid only within <property> or <xslt>. <parameters> defines the parameters for its containing BPL element as a set of name-value pairs:
<parameters> does not support any BPL attributes. It is simply a container for zero or more <parameter> element, one for each parameter. You may provide as many <parameter> elements as you wish, but all must appear within the same <parameters> block. For example:
  <property name='Test' type='%Integer' initialexpression='342' >
      <parameter name='MAXVAL' value='1000' />
  <property name='Another' type='%String' initialexpression='Yo' >
      <parameter name='MAXLEN' value='2' />
      <parameter name='MINLEN' value='1' />
<parameter> Attributes
Attribute Description Value
name attribute
Required. The name of this parameter:
A string of one or more characters.
value attribute Optional. The value to assign to the parameter. A string of one or more characters.
See Also
<context> and <xslt>

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