Re: [xsl] Order of items in current-group()
Subject: Re: [xsl] Order of items in current-group()|
From: Martin Honnen <Martin.Honnen@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 20:02:02 +0100
Vladimir Nesterovsky wrote:
Whether the xslt 2.0 spec defines the order of items in sequence returned
from current-group() function?
The select attribute of xsl:for-each-group selects a sequence of items,
called the population. The order of items in that sequence is called the
population order. When forming the groups, the items in the population
are examined in population order and then, if they belong to a group,
added to a group. So that way the order of items in the population
determines the order of items in a group.