Subject: RE: [xsl] Concatenating multiple variables in a XPath statement|
From: "Mohsen Saboorian" <mohsens@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2006 09:42:59 +0330
Thank you Florent, But it seems that your solution works with XSLT 2, but I'm using XSLT 1 which do not support "as" and "sequence".
Michael Kay wrote:interface rivolutionnaire.
> > Thank you Micheal. > > There are xpath and element names in the variables. var1 > > contains an xpath like /form/body/rows/row[$i] and var2 has > > an element name which is found dynamically in a loop. > > I think this is the case that XPath does not support. Am I right?
Mmh, in this special case, it is possible, isn't it? If I understand correctly "var2 has an element name which is found dynamically in a loop" as meaning "var2 is a variable bound in an xsl:for-each, holding an element name".
<xsl:variable name="var1" select="..." as="element()*"/> <xsl:for-each select="..."> <xsl:variable name="var2" select="..." as="xs:string"/> <xsl:sequence select="var1[local-name() eq var2]"/> </xsl:for-each>
Or something like that, depending on the particularities of the requirements.
Did I miss something?
Mmh, after having wrote that, I'm guessing if "var1 contains an xpath like /form/body/rows/row[$i]" means "var1 contains a sequence selected by the XPath expression ..." or "var1 contains a string, the XPath expression ...". In the former my example is right, but not in the later, indeed.
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