Newbie: Use of "or" in XPath
I need an XPath that expresses a node set like: /A/X|Y|Z/B where X, Y or Z are possible children of A. I want any B child elements of X, Y or Z. If I try /A/X|Y|Z/B I effectively end up with an XPath expression with 3 top level "or" components: /A/X or Y or Z/B /A/*/B does work but there are elements other than X, Y or Z that are children of A that I want to filter out. I can do: /A/X/B|/A/Y/B|/A/Z/B but that seems rather verbose and repetitive I know I am missing something obvious. Can anyone help me out? kind regards, Bern XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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