Subject: Re: [xsl] concatenate multiple attribute values and assign it to another attribute|
From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 00:16:00 +0200
The reason I did that change was when I change it to testnode instead of
//testnode it does not output anything of testnode.
Please note that
this is a part of a big xsl stylesheet that I am using.
It begins as
<xsl:apply-templates select="//erpayload/* |
<xsl:template match="erpayload"> <xsl:apply-templ....
<xsl:template match="purchasing"> <xsl:apply-templ....
testnode is at erpayload/purchasing/testnodeWhy not? If you can't change it, you cannot remove any bugs or add any new features. Your starting point of your stylesheet is wrong (well, not wrong, but just very inflexible and not quite usable). Fix that and go from there. And I suggest a good text book, like Jeni Tenison's to help you going with XSLT. It will make life so much easier for you.
I cannot change this as it affects many other xml forms