Suppose I have the following XML structure: <body> <section> <t attr="1">1</t> <section> <t attr="1">2</t> </section> <t>No number</t> <t attr="1">3</t> </section> <section> <t attr="1">1</t> </section> </body> Considering that this is a trivial structure compared with the stuff that I am dealing with, how do I number the 't' elements that have a particular attribute such that they are contiguous throughout every top level 'section' element. The numbers in the 't' elements show how I would like the numbering to go. I would have thought that this XSL would do the trick: <xsl:number level="any" count="preceding::t/@attr" from="ancestor::body/section"/> But XT just complains that it "expected node test" Anyone any ideas? TIA -- Colin Pinkney XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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