RE: [xsl] recursion with Muenchean Grouping...

Subject: RE: [xsl] recursion with Muenchean Grouping...
From: "Andrew Welch" <AWelch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 15:39:29 -0000
Create a node-set that holds a flattened version of your source, then
apply your current code to that.

> Hi,
> I have a source XML file with following general structure:
> <root>
> 	<element>text</element> 	occurence 0 to unbounded
> 	<element href="URL"/>		occurence 0 to unbounded
> 	<element>***</element>		*** means a structure like root;
> occurence 0 to unbounded		
> </root>
> I'm trying to develope a generic html visualization for such 
> a XML document. As you can see by the *** recursion is 
> involved. But I don't know how to handle it exactly? I think 
> I need another key which groups the *** root elements? Does 
> anyone have a solution? At the Moment my XSL looks like that:

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