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transforming unique nodes thru XSLT
Subject: transforming unique nodes thru XSLT|
From: "Anand K" <anandk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 23 Sep 1999 22:38:02 -0400
I have an XSL Transformation question. I hope I can raise XSLT issues
here. I am new to XSL and want to write a template
to transform only unique nodes from a well formed XML document to HTML.
Below is a small snippet of this well formed document which I want to
Now, from this XML document I want to create a HTML document which would
be a list of all the 'b' element's attributes
(i.e. item). As you see there are a few items which are repeated
in the XML document. If I want only the unique elements
depending on b's attribute item then how should go
about writing the XSLT template. Is this possible? Maybe I have to parse
the entire document more than once to see if a particular node is unique,
but how to do this? Any help!!!
PS: I am using XT (Ver 19990822) by James Clark for the transformation.
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