[xsl] Xref numbering test

Subject: [xsl] Xref numbering test
From: "Norma Yeazell" <Nyeazell@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 14:01:21 -0500
Is there a way to test what element my xref is pointing to, or can I
test the xrefid with a wild card?
In my xref I test the attribute type and if it is figure I type the word
Fig. and number it.
If it is step I type the word step but here is where I need more.
Depending on the step element the numbering would be different.
<step1 id="step1-10">
<title>This is a sample title for a step 1</title>
<para>This is a step 2 reference to <xref xrefid="step2-11"
<step2 id="step2-11">
<title>This is a sample title for a step 1</title>
<para>This is a step 1. <xref xrefid="step1-10"
If it is a step1 then numbering would be format 1
If it is a step2 then numbering would be format 1.1
and so on
<xsl:template match="xref">
<xsl:when test="@xidtype='step'">
<fo:basic-link background-color="lightblue"
<xsl:for-each select="key('ids',@xrefid)">
<xsl:text>Step </xsl:text>
<xsl:number count="step1|step2" from="mainfunc|closeup" level="multiple"
Hope this makes sense! Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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