[xsl] changing the nodeset

Subject: [xsl] changing the nodeset
From: Michael Schäfer <MSchaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 17:00:04 +0200

I process a XML-doc, which contains several <EL1>-elements and
<EL2>-elements and so on. The processing adds numbers as elements to the
new tree.

Now I want to start with numbers, I load from another xml-file, let's
say calld start.xml
In the root of the target I want to add a entity, which contains
elements for all counted elements with the occurrences + the start
So I try

<xsl:template match="/ROOT">
	<!-- now I am in the root-node -->
		<!-- I copy the root-node and all them children -->
		<xsl:apply-templates select="node()|@*" />

		<!-- now I create a new entity -->
		<xsl:element name="START">
			<!-- I process the nodes in document start.xml
				<!-- Now my context is a child of
start.xml/START -->
				<!-- I add a new element with the name
of the current node -->
				<xsl:element name="{name()}">
					<!-- and now I want to add the
content of context-node with the occurences of th original doc -->
					<!-- so I have to change context
but how ? -->

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Michael Schäfer

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