Subject: Re: [xsl] looping through result tree fragments to aggregate data|
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 24 May 2003 13:35:23 -0400
Use pipelined XSLT!
On Friday, May 23, 2003, at 07:48 PM, Erika Marlow wrote:
I am working on a report that uses a for-each loop to aggregate information and create a result tree fragment in a variable. The person who developed the original XSL used the msxsl:node-set() extension function to move over the RTF. Is there a better way to get data out of an RTF that doesn't use the extension function? I have read through the XSLT rec. and don't quite understand how the xsl:copy and xsl:copy-of tags work. The XSL code and XML data are cumbersome and I haven't included it here, but I will provide it on request.
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