Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl:for-each-group output control|
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2007 16:53:14 -0500
Unfortunaltely I still have a problem with xsl:for-each-group and my xml example. For a better understanding the test-xml-file:
<root> <element> <h1>h1</h1> <h2>h2_1</h2> <para>para_1</para> <para>para_2<emp>auszeichnung</emp></para> <para>para_3</para> <para>para_4</para> <para>para_5</para> <h2>h2_2</h2> <para>para_6</para> <h3>h3_1</h3> <para>para_7</para> <h5>h5_1</h5> <para>para_8</para> <para>para_9<emp>auszeichnung</emp></para> <para>para_10</para> <h4>h4_1</h4> <para>para_11</para> <para>para_12</para> <h2>h2_3</h2> <para>para_13</para> <para>para_14</para> <para>para_15</para> <h3>h3_2</h3> <para>para_16<emp>auszeichnung</emp></para> <para>para_17</para> <para>para_18</para> <h4>h4_2</h4> <para>para_19</para> <para>para_20</para> <h5>h5_2</h5> <para>para_21</para> <para>para_22<emp>auszeichnung</emp></para> <para>para_23</para> </element> </root>
I numbered the text nodes for a better visualization.
Yes, but could you please post a *complete* example of the output desired from the above?
For example, since 5 > 3, that would imply a <sect3> inside of a <sect1>, but since a 4 follows the 5, would that <sect2> be a sibling?
I apologize that I am unable to decipher how the nesting is supposed to work from the sample data supplied. Perhaps there has been no answer from anyone else for the same reason.
and so on. Unfortunately I cannot see the problem. IsnB4t it possible to grab the content out of a xsl:for-each-group as I tried it using a separate template?
I am really sorry for that perhaps basic question but I am dispaired about that problem.
Thanks for helping me. Perhaps one day I will be more firm to XSLT.
Many of us are anxious to help new users become seasoned users, but I have taken a chunk of my volunteer time to try and work out what you need and I am truly lost. Sorry.
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