Re: [xsl] Linking to a 6 level tag content

Subject: Re: [xsl] Linking to a 6 level tag content
From: Kahlil Johnson <jzarecta@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 17:20:54 +0300
Yes, unfortunately I dont have any XPath tutorial on hand, sorry. I am
just starting with XSLT so no idea about XSLT 1.0 vs. 2.0 or Xpath and
Xlink and Xquery.

But I do want to understand first the whole match="blah/blah/blah"
thing. I did that before but got an error saying that it couldnt
locate the table:table-cell but at the same time I never put any xmlns
definition. So my question is if there is any relation between the

On 6/23/05, Aron Bock <aronbock@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Khalil, if your question is "how does XPath work, and how do I use it?" ...
> you're really best off reading up any of many introductory tutorials on the
> web.  As for how to traverse from document-content to the node you want, it
> was demonstrated in my previous post, and should become clear once you've
> gone over an XPath tutorial.
> Regards,
> --A
> >
> >But I have many doubts.
> >- Why I can't use the complete tag text:p or table:table-cell or
> >office:xxx?
> >- Is there a way to identify it?
> >- How can I link all the way directly to the table:table-cell comming
> >from office:document (XPath)?
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