RE: How can I get real path ?

Subject: RE: How can I get real path ?
From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 13:47:38 -0700
I was referring an obvious omission in the MSXSL Technology Preview Release,
not an architectural limitation.

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Oisin McGuinness [mailto:oisin@xxxxxxxx]
		Sent:	Tuesday, June 30, 1998 10:36 AM
		To:	xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
		Cc:	oisin@xxxxxxxx
		Subject:	Re: How can I get real path ? 

		Concerning the messages of Marsh and Barre, surely all one
needs to do is
		process the given XML document with an architecturally aware
process, where <name>, and
		<status> inherit from the same element in the architectural
DTD, and have XSL report the child number
		in the transformed document. Or will one not be allowed to
transform documents before
		styling them?

		Oisin McGuinness

		Jonathan Marsh said....<jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
		>>You can't.  There is no way to ask for the number of a
child relative to
		>>elements of ANY type.  Big hole, huh?

				-----Original Message-----
				From:	Benoît BARRE
				Sent:	Monday, June 29, 1998 3:22 AM
				To:	xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
				Subject:	How can I get real path ?

				Imagine I have the following XML instance :

				<?xml version="1.0"?>

				    <name>a name</name>
				    <status>a status</status>
				    <name>a name</name>

				I want to get something like :

				1 description
				1.1 document
				1.1.1 name
				1.1.2 status
				1.1.3 name

				'path(this)' can't give me what I want.
				path gives me :
				1 description
				1.1 document
				1.1.1 name
				1.1.1 status  // <= that's not what I want

				I can't figure out how to do that. Is there
any other
		solution ?

				Note : I use MSXSL.Exe.


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