Subject: Re: [xsl] Constraint Searching in XML via XSLT|
From: Joel Beach <j.beach@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 12:06:27 +1000
At 10:27 AM 7/19/2001 +1000, you wrote: <snip>
Basically, I want to input one or more values for TrialName, Rainfall, SoilType, CropType, RegionName and so on. I can implement it fine for one constraint, where I have one top-level parameter for the value I want to search for. The constraint to be searched for was fixed.
However, the way I did it before was like this:
* Make a template which matches only on a TrialID whose constraint is equal to the value specified in the top-level parameter. (Just using <xsl:template> with the match attribute)
I don't think this will work for a more complex case.
So, my questions are these.
1. If a constraint is not specified, how do I get the XSLT stylesheet to match all elements?
2. In the case of rainfall, I want to allow users to specify a rainfall *range*. Is it possible to do this in XSLT? I had a look and there seem to be < and > operators.
3. Should I be using <xsl:choose> and <xsl:if> instead of <xsl:template> for this sort of stuff?
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