Subject: [xsl] RE : Still Testing!|
From: "Adam J Knight" <adam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 13 Feb 2005 21:04:02 +1000
If the current node id 8 and c_node is 7 then that test will be true. As you don't say what you did or in what way you think it didn't work, hard to give any advice. David Reply: This is my xsl:template I am using. It doesn't appear to work, in that the second condition doesn't cause the display of the appropriate value. <xsl:template match="tree_node"> <xsl:if test="parent::tree or parent::tree_node[@id=$c_node]"> <xsl:value-of select="@value"/> </xsl:if> </xsl:template> <?xml version="1.0"?> <tree> <tree_node id="7" value="Test"> <tree_node id="8" value="Test Sub"/> <tree_node id="9" value="Test Sub One"> <tree_node id="10" value="Test Sub Two"> <tree_node id= 11 value= Test Sub Three /> </tree_node> </tree_node> </tree_node> </tree> My understanding of the above template is that is will match all tree_node elements, regardless of node depth. However, when the context node is tree_node with id 8, the node that meets the second condition ($c_node=7) the appropriate value is not outputted. What am I missing?? Cheers, Adam NB: "Pray as if everything depended upon God and work as if everything depended upon man."