RE: Brackets in XPATHS
>/xpath1/*[name()='xpath2' or name()='xpath3']/xpath4 the xpath's are xpaths not names, I just wrote them this way to emphasise what I was talking about. xpath1 = tag1/tag2[@attrib1='fads']/tag3[@attrib2='ahf'] xpath2 = tag4 xpath3 = tag5[attrib3='gf' and tag6/@attrib4 ='flk'] xpath4 = @attrib5 The original reason for trying to write it in /xpath1/(xpath2|xpath3)/xpath3 form was so that the (xpath2|xpath3) could be stored together. Thanks for you help. Edward XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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