Hello, I have looked for the answer to this question, that seems like it would be a common problem, but I cannot find an answer that works. I have a database that stores a product with a unique ID. This product can have several properties. Thus I will get an xml string that looks like the following. <order> <product> <id>1</id> <codetype>COLOR</codetype> <code>RED</code> </product> <product> <id>1</id> <codetype>SIZE</codetype> <code>LARGE</code> </product> </order> Unfortunately, when I transform this, it appears as two products. I want to display one product with all of its attributes. Is there any way to group these nodes so that it is easier to transform with a stylesheet? And if I do group them, what is the best way to loop trhough the nodes in the XSL? I did try <xsl:variable but it does not work with MSXML parser. I would appreciate any insight. This has been eluding me for some time. Thanks! -clint
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