RE: [xsl] Muenchian technique, a problem.

Subject: RE: [xsl] Muenchian technique, a problem.
From: "McNally, David" <David.McNally@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 11:44:33 -0500
> the output from this informs me:
>          ctx:r nds=2
> I.e. the context is r, and this Muenchian method of getting 
> the 'first'
> node (as modified by MK, p626) is returning a count of 2.

I tried running this, and got 

          ctx:r nds=1

as expected.

Presumably you're getting   

          ctx:r nds=2
          ctx:r nds=2

since if there are two nodes, the for-each should output twice.  So the <au>
values must be different, in order to get two different ids.

Perhaps in the real file you have some extraneous white-space in one of the
<au>ZZZ. </au> elements?

David McNally            Moody's Investors Service
Software Engineer        99 Church St, NY NY 10007 
David.McNally@xxxxxxxxxx            (212) 553-7475 


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