Re: [xsl] position of a child node

Subject: Re: [xsl] position of a child node
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 18:01:21 GMT
> and my context node is "testcase" and I want to find out the position of the
> descendant text node "some text here",

what do you mean by position? An XPath such as *[2]/*[1] ? Do you want
this as a string, or do you want the node returned, or what?

> Is there a way to change the context node  back to
> "testcase"?

lots of ways, select="ancestor::testcase[1]" maybe one of them or might
not depending on what you want.

> I hope I can get an answer to these questions:
I think you need to ask more specific (or at least better specified)


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