Re: [xsl] What's wrong with this key?

Subject: Re: [xsl] What's wrong with this key?
From: Ferdinand Soethe <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 15:19:30 +0200
> key('k', //*) will select all elements that match the key and that have a
> "use" value equal to the string-value of one of the elements in your
> document. If the use value is concat(x,':',y), and this evaluates to
> 321:6789, and no element in your document has the string-value 321:6789,
> then the call on key() will select nothing.

I had thought long and hard and believed I had found the
solution, but I guess I was wrong.
Thanks for saving me from that mistake.

So to be bold, how can I correctly create a key expression to read out
all members of a key, or list them in some other way?

Btw. Thanks all for the great support I'm getting from this list. I
always though our support list for Apache Forrest was pretty good. But
it doesn't even get close to the amazing input on this list.

Ferdinand Soethe

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