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From: "BABB, Sarah" <BabbS@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 11:57:58 +1000

I'm very new to the XML/XSL world. I've been looking through the archives
but still can't figure this out...

Say I have an XML document (simplified) as follows:

	<graph sec_ref="EAF"  >
		<title> a graph </title>

	<section id="EAF" >
		<sec_head> a person </sec_head>

I want to use XSL in a similar fashion to a database query. Given the title
of the graph, I want to get the name of the corresponding (via id) section
head. Can someone please tell me how to do this?


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