AW: AW: [xsl] select 1st occurence of element tag name

Subject: AW: AW: [xsl] select 1st occurence of element tag name
From: Nikolas.Nehmer@xxxxxxxxxxx (Nikolas Nehmer)
Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 19:05:48 +0100
Problem is solved. Didn't consider using keys across several Documents


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|Von: owner-xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-xsl-
|list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Andreas L. Delmelle
|Gesendet: Montag, 16. Februar 2004 18:09
|An: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
|Betreff: RE: AW: [xsl] select 1st occurence of element tag name
|> -----Original Message-----
|> From: Nikolas Nehmer
|> I'm using a cascade of XSL files. One which serves as
|> interface e.g. person.xsl for all person xmls and dependent on the
|> person xml it calls a specific xsl. So in my case the key definition
|> should base on a param which holds the nodeset to transformed. BUT
|> key definition is made before the param is defined within the
|> <xsl:key name="elements-by-name" match="/*/*" use="name(.)" />
|>   	<xsl:template name="default">
|> 	<xsl:param...
|> So the match attribute /*/* should base on the param which is defined
|> later (because xsl:key has to be drclared as top level element)! Is
|> there any solution except referencing this XSL directly from the XML
|> file?
|I'm afraid I lost you slightly here ...
|A key is indeed top-level --defined with global scope, from the
|the source document(s) as well as the stylesheet... It is certainly
|to use a key across multiple xml documents, if that's what you're
|Anyway, it's a bit difficult to see what the exact nature of the
|puzzle/problem is, since the description breaks off after the
|Does it add a condition of some sort you can incorporate in the key?
|you can fiddle a bit with the key's match- or use-pattern in order to
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