Re: [xsl] xsl transform issue

Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl transform issue
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 07:46:40 GMT
> For some reason it outputs this with the data that I
> want.

You haven't posted full input or a full stylesheet or shown the result
you get so it's hard to guess.
What do you mean by "output" are you looking directly at the file, or
looking at it in a browser?
In the latter case the td elements will only have an effect of course if
they are inside a tr inside a table, which would of course need to be
made elsewhere in your stylesheet.

> I do not understand why if win-registry/data is
> the key I want but I select ".".

Xpaths are like directory paths or URL's. If you 
cd to a directory win-regigistry and then try to cd
to win-registry/data then it would tell you that there is no
sub-directory called win-registry. You have to cd to data
and similarly if you originally cd'ed to win-registry/data
then you could not cd to win-registry/data or data, the current
directory would alrready be data and accessed via "."


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