Re: [xsl] document()

Subject: Re: [xsl] document()
From: tcn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Trevor Nash)
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 18:58:10 GMT

Where you say


You cannot use attribute value templates in an XPath expression.

I think you want


Trevor Nash

>Dear colleagues,
>I am stuck with making appropriate code. May be you have some ready
>solution. I'd be glad if you share it with me.
>In processed document I have
>  <contents>
>    <div src="c_div1.xml">
>      <title level="0" text="Title 1"/>
>      <div src="c_div2.xml">
>        <title level="1" text="Title 1.1"/>
>NB!     <div src="c_div3.xml">
>          <title level="2" text="Title 1.2"/>
>        </div>
>      </div>
>    </div>
>  </contents>
>and in c_div3.xml
><xgl> <!-- root element -->
>  <section ...>
>    <text>...</text>
>NB! <style ... ptsize="16" .../>
>  </section>
>I want to bring div[title/@text="Title 1.2"] to the higher level in
>hierarchy, because @ptsize of its 1st section is 16. So I write
><xsl:template match="div[div]">
>    <xsl:copy-of select="div[title/@level='2' and document('{src}')//section[1]/style/@ptsize='16']"/>
><xsl:template match="div[title/@level='2' and document('{src}')//section/style/@ptsize='16']">
>That makes in source document <content></content>
>Where am I wrong?
>Deleting the second template doesn't change the situation.

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