RE: Comment about XSLT Complier?
> Does anyone knows how to get the aboslute value of an element > within a tree? and by that I mean the order on which it is listed > within that tree. Look at the tree below > > <child1> > </child1> > <child2> > <child2-1> > > To be more clear I am looking for this type of information > > "child1" - is number 1 > "child2" - is number 2 > "child2-1" - is number 3 Try count(preceding::* | ancestor::*)+1 Mike Kay Software AG XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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