RE: Emulation of XSL's id() in DSSSL?

Subject: RE: Emulation of XSL's id() in DSSSL?
From: "Pawson, David" <DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2000 16:07:12 -0000
>/ Ralf Kempkens <kempkens@xxxxxxxxxxx> was heard to say:
>| In xsl, the id()-function automatically returns a nodeset, 
>but in DSSSL there
>| is only 'process-element-by-id' which returns a single node.

Wild guess, they are idrefs?

<xsl:for-each select="@references">
      <tag><xsl:value-of select="id(.)"/></tag>
Would give a list of the elements which have
  the id spec'd by the references.

regards, DaveP

| (e.g. <node id="id7" references="id1 id2 id4 id9">...</node>)
>| Does anybody out there have a function handy, that will 
>return the right
>| nodeset?
>(element-with-id 'value') will return the element that has ID 'value'.

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