Re: scanning a tree

Subject: Re: scanning a tree
From: "Blond Jean-Baptiste" <pblond@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 15:56:43 +0100

There a way using keys :
Let's imagine that your "modified" tag contains "yes" when then node has
been modified.
Now define then following key :
<xsl:key name="modifiednodes" macth="//*" use="modified" />
Then the Xpath : key('modifiednodes', 'yes') should return a node list
containing all the "modified" nodes.
So <modified><xsl:value-of select="boolean(key('modifiednodes', 'yes'))"
/></modified> is your result tag!

Hope this helps...


----- Original Message -----
From: Shlomi Sarfati <shlomi@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 3:04 PM
Subject: scanning a tree

> Hi
> I need to run an xsl stylesheet on my xml tree that do the following :
> on every node in my xml tree I have a tag named 'modified' that tells me
> the current node has been modified.
> I need to hold a flag that will tell me if one of the nodes has been
> modified !
> this flag will be the first tag in the  result tree:
>       <modified> <xsl:copy-of select="$valueofFlag"/> </modified>
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