RE: [xsl] Nesting <xsl:value-of> tags

Subject: RE: [xsl] Nesting <xsl:value-of> tags
From: "Dion Houston" <dionh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 13:01:57 -0800
Hey Thomas:

You're making life a bit too hard on yourself :)

If you want the id element of a person to be equal to the current node's
parent's owened by attribute, simply use:




-----Original Message-----
From: Zvolensky, Thomas J {PGL~Nutley}
Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 12:46 PM
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Subject: [xsl] Nesting <xsl:value-of> tags


I have an xsl stylesheet that reads an xml document and selects all
nodes having a specific non-blank attribute.

The skeleton of my tags is as follows:

<xsl:for-each select="//*[./@filename != '']">

In the middle, I have an <xsl:value-of> tag that reads a value from
another document (ShareWebUsers.xml) and returns the value of the
<ntname> tag based on the value of "ownedby" attribute of the current

When I use the code as described above, XMLSPY informs me that my XML is
not well-formed.

Is it possible to nest <xsl: value-of> tags like this?  If not, is there
another way to look up the value of <ntname> from the other document?


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