Re: a key of attributes

Subject: Re: a key of attributes
From: Miloslav Nic <nicmila@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 08:05:53 +0100
 <xsl:key name="atts" match="@*" use="name(parent::*)"/> works

Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> I want to set up an XSLT key of attribute occurrences indexed by the
> name of the element they occur in, so I said
>  <xsl:key name="atts" match="@*" use="name(..)"/>
> but when I later say eg
>              <xsl:for-each select="key('atts','xptr')">
> I get no results. Am I misunderstanding something about keys?
> ".." from an attribute seems to return the element name
> if I do it by hand.
> If anyone feels strong enough to solve the whole problem, what I am
> writing is a stylesheet to list all the different element names in a
> document, and for each one list all the attributes used, and for each
> attribute list the values used. It sounds easier in theory than it is in
> practice, I am finding. anyone have a canned solution?
> sebastian
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