Subject: Re: [xsl] HTML RANDOM NODE LIST|
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 14:55:23 -0500
Good luck, Wendell
Josh, the problem with that method is that the real XML document is much larger with a multitude of different tags and tag levels. The info contained within the tags must be output in a linear fashion so I cannot process it with for-each loops, I have to use nested/recursive template matches. It is within the "template-match" for ITEM, the lowest element in the document, that I must somehow discern between the ITEM's ancestor TITLE's literal value to determine whether it should be included within my numbered list. The parameters for things like count() and position() are all node sets, and I cannot use a test such as:"not(preceding-sibling::TITLE='Raging River')" to accumulate count or position. I'm stumped. Tracy.
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