Quoting :

> on 13/9/00 2:47 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> > I am still a newbie, but I wonder if you can use the 
sequence-item of
> > a enclosing dtml-in inside the definition of a nested dtml-in
> 
> yeah, I think I"ve done this before by using a <dtml-let.... 
to set a
> variable, but can't for the life of  me work out how to do it
> 
> <dtml-in "theOTHERintranet.acl_users.getUserNames()">
>   <dtml-in "get_email('UserName=<dtml-var sequence-item>')">
>     <dtml-var Email><br>
>  </dtml-in>
> </dtml-in>

So maybe, you could try something like changing your previous 
code to 

<dtml-in "theOTHERintranet.acl_users.getUserNames()">
  <dtml-let TheUserName==<dtml-var sequence-item>
    <dtml-in "get_email('UserName=<dtml-var TheUserName>')">
      <dtml-var Email><br>
    </dtml-in>
  </dtml-let>
</dtml-in>

Hope it can help,


Godefroid Chapelle

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