[xsl] <xsl:choose> not working -- always results with <xsl: otherwise>?

Subject: [xsl] <xsl:choose> not working -- always results with <xsl: otherwise>?
From: "Kathy Burke" <Kathy_Burke@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2003 12:56:57 -0400
Hi, I'm trying to use the following choose statement, but when I change my
xml text to test for both conditions, the results of <xsl:otherwise> always
show, never the first <choose> which tests (I thought) to see if the text
node of <measure> is empty. If <measure> is an empty element, I would like
to give the user an input box, otherwise, just show the data already
entered.  Any help appreciated.  Thanks.

The xml is simply either <measure name="firstpass">20 mm</measure> or
<measure name="firstpass/>.

<xsl:template match="measure">
      <xsl:when test="normalize-space(.)">
          <input type="text" name="{@name}" value="{.}"/>
           Entered: <value-of select="."/>

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