Re: [xsl] Re: Another <xsl:key> problem

Subject: Re: [xsl] Re: Another <xsl:key> problem
From: Ragulf Pickaxe <ragulf.pickaxe@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 15:14:36 +0200
Hi Aaron,

> like:
>  <for each <a>(key1)
>        <for each node of key2......
>             do something here
>        </for each node of key2......
>        <for each node of key3......
>             do something here
>        </for each node of key3......
>  </for each>
> do i have an excessive loop? i think i'm missing a
> predicate[] in my loop, am i right? what it s/b?

Excessive depends on what you mean about excessive. It does not seem
so to me. About predicate, if you have a key2 that takes all <1/>-<3/>
nodes, then you will need a predicate that says that they need to be
the children of the current <a> parent. The problem in general is that
a key works on the entire document. You can try reading (Restricting keys
to less than the entire document).

If you need more specific information, you need to give more specifc details

Ragulf Pickaxe :-)

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