Re: [xsl] if then else

Subject: Re: [xsl] if then else
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2005 17:35:26 GMT
> Oh it seems like the top line of my mail seems to have snipped.

No, I just quoted the bit that I was commenting on.

>>> I tried doing it this way but its obviously wrong as it 
>>>returns an error

Given that the syntax looks correct I was asking what the error message
that you got was. As that probably would tell us what was wrong. Just
saying "returns an error" doesn't help much.

The only error that I can guess is that the above actually selects two
or more nodes in your case and xsl:value-of reports that tehre is a
sequence of length greater than 1. In that case you can put (    )[1]
around the expression to select the first node (if it's the first one
that you want)


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