Re: [xsl] Finding and processing index terms

Subject: Re: [xsl] Finding and processing index terms
From: Jirka Kosek <jirka@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 17:16:11 +0100
Dan Vint wrote:

> My difficulty is occurring in trying to get the embedded <indexterm>
> information for just those areas that are now in the membersOnly
> sections. So

I would recommend you to do this in two steps. During the first step
just filter content and then do real processing in the second stage.
This will significantly simplify things.

> I have a template that follows that gathers all the index terms together
> and try's to group them with the saxon:group function (I'm still using
> XSLT v1 at this point).

Generating index with all bells and whistles is not an easy task. I
would suggest you to convert your document to DocBook and use existing
stylesheets ( that support both conditional
processing and indexes out-of-the box. It seems that your document can
be converted to DocBook in a pretty straightforward way.


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