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I have tried creating a variable to contain the <xsl:value-of
select="$sortField/SortFields/SortField[1]/Sort"/> but this has no effect. I
have tried a function to do the same but this also fails.

David Carlisle mentioned last time I asked this question the following:

"Ah, but there's the rub: is $sortField a document node (/) with child a
SortFields element, in which case $sortField/SortField[1] will select
nothing, or is it a SortFields element in which case $sortField/SortField[1]
will select something."

I don't really understand what the difference is here but guess that it
could be the root of my problems as $sortField is a document node.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance


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