Subject: RE: [xsl] equivalent for 'while'|
From: "Andrew Welch" <ajwelch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2005 11:05:12 -0000
> >>It's not immediately obvious how you arrived at your output, for > >>example where does the SubConcept/id value of '11000' come from? > >> > > > > > Oh the '11000' is just an id I made up for completing the XML > document. > However it comes from some other part of document 2 which I > havent shown > in the post (to avoid lengthy chunks of code). That didn't help matters then... > The id's differ in doc 1 and doc 2 simply because the sources of > information are different. Information on Pain has been constructed > using two separate and independent modelling techniques. What > I want to > achieve is to identify the similarities and differences in the > representation of Pain in the two models (which is why I need > them to be > simplified before performing any sort of comparison). > > Obtaining the ids is not the ultimate goal. However they can > be used for > easing the process of looking up specific concepts in > document 2. Since > the format in which I obtain document 2 is entirely different from > document 1, I'd like to reduce it to a sort-of canonical form to make > easy the process of comparison. > > Does this answer your query? Not really. The longer it takes someone to decipher your requirements from wordy descriptions and unhelpful examples the more likely it is you won't get a response (which is unusual here). Maybe try again but this time only put values in the example result that can be obtained from the example documents... (and remove all elements/atts from the example docs that aren't relevant to problem).