RE: repeating nodes, multiple attributes
> Given a node type with 3 defining attributes (i.e., primary key) ... > > <someNode a=aValue b=bValue c=cValue> > <data>target</data> > </someNode> > > ... is it possible to access data from 1 of n of these using > some form of > logical AND? > > For example ... > > <xsl:variable name="theData" select="someParent/someNode[@a='aKey' and > @b='bKey' and @c='cKey']/data" /> > Yes, you've guessed the syntax correctly. But couldn't you have (a) looked it up in a book, or (b) tried it on an XSLT processor? Asking the list is a pretty inefficient mechanism compared with either of these. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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