RE: using document() function in match attribute of xs
> > I had thought I could create a key element in my stylesheet like this: > > <xsl:key name="people" match="document('people.xml')/data/person" > use="@size"/> the match attribute is a pattern and you can't use document() in a pattern. You don't need to, because the key definition applies to ALL the input documents. The only proviso is that when you use the key() function, the results will be from the same document as the context node, so you may need to change the context node (using <xsl:for-each>) before calling key(). Mike Kay > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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