Re: Template Select using a param
> I was wondering if you could explain what the > statement does exactly - so I can try and work out where I'm going wrong. well it wasn't a very exact statement because I wasn't clear from your posting what exactly you want to do. you wrote /test/ROWSET/ROW/@<xsl:value-of select="$id"/>/<xsl:value-of select="."/> but even ignoring the fact that this is generating a string not an expression the result if $id was 'this' and the current node had value 'that' would be test/ROWSET/ROW/@this/that which would try to select a `that' child of a `this' attribute which doesn't make sense, so I assumed you wanted test/ROWSET/ROW[@this]/that which would be a `that' child of a ROW which had a `this' attribute (with any value). But I'm not at all sure if that is really what you do want, or why it needs to be in a parameter. Perhaps you should just say at a higher level what you want to do, and then someone can suggest some xsl. David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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