Re: Locate specific occurrence of element using XPath
Thanks to the answers I got from Steve Dahl, Sean, Mike Key, my problem has immediately been resolved. "(A/C/E)" instead of "A/C/E" worked great! Thanks a lot. - Takuki Kamiya ----- Original Message ----- >From : Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx> Subject : RE: Locate specific occurrence of element using XPath > > I have been having a hard time in trying to figure out if it is at all > > possible to tell XSLT to locate 4th <E> element which comes > > right beneath > > <A>/<C> in the example below using a single XPath expression. > > Any help or > > hint will be appreciated. > > > > <A> > > <B> > > <E></E> > > <E></E> > > ... > > <C> > > <E></E> > > <E></E> > > </C> > > <C> > > <E></E> > > <E></E> <- I am trying to locate this element > > <E></E> > > <E></E> > > </C> > > <D> > > <E></E> > > <E></E> > > ... > > </D> > > </A> > > > > I tried "A/C/E", but apparently it does not work... > > I think "(A/C/E)" will get the element you want. > > Mike Kay > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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