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You use the
xsl:choose dialog box to
- Add, edit, or remove
test= attributes from
- Edit the setting that generates the
Changes you make here are reflected in the mapper (and the XSLT source), and vice versa.
List box that displays existing
test= attributes of
To add a new
xsl:when condition, click the
Add button and type a valid
test= attribute in the entry field.
Just type the attribute's value. For example, if you want this
<xsl:when test="books/book/authors/author">, you would just type
books/book/authors/author in the entry field. Note the absence of the quotation marks.
A check box used to indicate whether or not you want to include the
xsl:otherwise element in the
xsl:choose instruction. The
xsl:otherwise element is included in the
xsl:choose instruction by default when you create
xsl:choose in the XSLT mapper. If you deselect this check box, the
xsl:otherwise port (the square port) is removed from the
xsl:choose block (and from the XSLT source).
For More Information
Chapter 5Creating XSLT Using the XSLT Mapper
Making a Static Web Page Dynamic by Editing XSLT