Re: [xsl] Element Existence

Subject: Re: [xsl] Element Existence
From: Kevin Shallow <sourjan@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2001 11:46:13 -0700 (PDT)
Very possible. you just use the node in a test clause.
For example, if you had an element name <ele1> off of
the docuemnt root you could test for it's existance by
using use

<xsl:if test="/ele1"> Do something </xsl:if>


--- Alex Genis <agenis@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi everybody !
> Is it possible to figure out existence of the
> particular element of the XML
> Document regardless on it's value (which might be
> Null)?
> Other words, how can I use "sibling-of" or
> "child-of" or something in my XSLT ?
> What the syntax of using it ?
> Thanks in advance. Alex.
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