Re: [xsl] repetition using for-each (and generating "attributes")

Subject: Re: [xsl] repetition using for-each (and generating "attributes")
From: Kris Kolodziej <kkolodziej@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 10:44:53 -0400

Thanks but I am still doing something wrong. I can't add another template
within my stylesheet because I have tags that proceed and follow the
portion I sent to the list. That is, when I add a template within what
I have my parser is asking me to include end tags </> before I start
another template. Is there another way besides adding another template?
Also, will your original response apply to generating attributes of <POINT>

David Carlisle wrote:

>      <xsl:for-each select="//Polygon">
>            <xsl:attribute name="x">
> this makes a single POINT element and then repeatedly sets it x
> attribute for every Polygon element in the source. Each time it sets it
> to   <xsl:value-of select="Point/@x"/> which selects all the x
> attributes of Point children of the current node and then discards all
> but the first, and takes its value.
> So the end result is that POINTS gets an x attribute which comes from
> the first Point child of the last Polygon in the document.
> I think you just want:
> <xsl:template match="Polygon">
>   <RING>
>    <xsl:copy-of selct="Point"/>
>   </RING>
> </xsl:template>
> David
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