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Aaron BuehnerSubject: Conditional Formatting
Author: Aaron Buehner
Date: 02 Jun 2005 03:37 PM
Hi
Im trying to apply conditional formatting to my xslt document fills a HTML with my data. My xml is similar to this.

<Entry>
<Date>06/01/2005</Date>
<Time>23:25:59.128</Time>
<Message>Broadcast packet dropped</Message>
<Source>
<Source_IP>xx.xxx.xxx</Source_IP>
<Source_Port>xx</Source_Port>
<Source_Type>WAN</Source_Type>
</Source>
<Destination>
<Destination_IP>xx.xx.xxx</Destination_IP>
<Destination_Port>xx</Destination_Port>
<Destination_Type>LAN</Destination_Type>
</Destination>
</Entry>

I want to be able to check to see if a the message contains the text dropped and then change the background color of the cell that contains the message to red.

This is the xslt I have so far.

xsl:if test="Message [contains(self::, "dropped")] then ???

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Tony LavinioSubject: Conditional Formatting
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 03 Jun 2005 01:00 AM
Depending on the rest of your XSL, here's how the Message cell
might be represented assuming that Entry is your context:

<td>
<xsl:if test="contains(Message, 'dropped')">
<xsl:attribute name="bgcolor">red</xsl:attribute>
</xsl:if>
<xsl:value-of select="Message"/>
</td>

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Aaron BuehnerSubject: Conditional Formatting
Author: Aaron Buehner
Date: 03 Jun 2005 06:55 PM
Thanks that did the trick

   
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