Re: [xsl] Confusion over /, //, current() and .

Subject: Re: [xsl] Confusion over /, //, current() and .
From: Brian_Williams@xxxxxx
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2001 15:22:06 -0800
David Carlisle wrote:
>> Is "/" ALWAYS the root element?  Are there contexts where my "for-each"
>> will not work?

>It selects the root node of the document containing the current node,
>there may be more than one document in the picture though.

That may be the problem.  The current node is a node in a node
set created with the XT extension "xt:node-set".   I do not know what
"document" is containing it.  Is this a bug?


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