RE: keys vs. parameters
> If you use xsl:key then (separate) key tables are made for that match in > _every_ document processed (conceptually, the system probably has > optimisations so it doesn't produce tables that are never used). > > when you use key('foo','bar') it looks up bar in the foo table > associated with the current document. So you just need to make sure you > are > in the document that you want, so Umm, all fine and good, but how do you generate the key table in the first place? I don't want the keys on the main document, I want them on the document processed by document() (or in some cases on the data produced by an extension)... XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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