Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl:for-each in Corresp Tag|
From: "Wendell Piez wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 01:15:03 -0000
Hi, I looked at the example and I wonder if much of it, if not everything, could not be accomplished with good old-fashioned template matching, no use of for-each whatsoever. Byomokesh have you tried <xsl:apply-templates/> and if not, why not? It will probably do most if not everything you need, much more easily than the "pull" you have in your example (which is what we call this kind of xsl:for-each). Regards, Wendell Regards, Wendell On Wed, Feb 12, 2020 at 12:45 PM Martin Honnen martin.honnen@xxxxxx <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > On 12.02.2020 18:06, Byomokesh Sahoo sahoo.byomokesh@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > > > I am facing difficulty to get required output in different structure of > > <corres>. Find the below three types of tagging structure. > > > > Not getting exact output if apply <xsl:for-each> on below three type of > > scenario. > > > Desired Output > > > > <corresp><x>Correspondence to</x> Anne Marie Darling, > > <institution><department>Department of Epidemiology</department>, > > <institution-name>Boston University</institution-name></institution>, > > <street>715 Albany Street</street>, <country>USA</country>; > > <email>amdarlin@xxxxxx <mailto:amdarlin@xxxxxx></email></corresp> > > > > <corresp><x>Correspondence to</x> Anne Marie Darling, > > <institution><department>Department of Epidemiology</department>, > > <postal-code>02118</postal-code>, <country>USA</country>; > > <email>amdarlin@xxxxxx <mailto:amdarlin@xxxxxx></email></corresp> > > > > <corresp>Joanne Lawrence, Association of British Neurologists, Ormond > > House, 27 Boswell Street, London WC1N 3JZ, UK; > > <email>joanne.lawrence@xxxxxxxxxx > > <mailto:joanne.lawrence@xxxxxxxxxx></email></corresp> > > > > Kindly suggest. > > Please also tell us whether you can use XSLT 2 or 3 as it looks to me > you want to wrap some adjacent nodes or nodes starting with a certain > elements into an "institution" element, such task are usually easier > with XSLT 2/3 and for-each-group group-starting-with or group-adjacent, > even if the mixed content you have will make it harder than using a > simple for-each-group. > -- ...Wendell Piez... ...wendell -at- nist -dot- gov... ...wendellpiez.com... ...pellucidliterature.org... ...pausepress.org... ...github.com/wendellpiez... ...gitlab.coko.foundation/wendell...