RE: xsl string comparison fails why?
> > Not sure about this, but I think the string value of > > "admissions/state/text()" will include the value of the child > > <statelink> element as well. > > no as it was iterating over text() nodes. Ahh. Makes sense. But only after reading your first reply, quoted below. Very enlightening! Thanks, Kevin > <xsl:for-each select="admissions/state/text()"> > <xsl:if test=".=$state"> > <xsl:value-of select="."/> > > so here you are iterating through each of teh text nodes of > teh state element. in the case of > > <state>Alabama > <statelink > href="http://www.alabar.org/page.cfm?view=3&subgroup=main"> > Bar Admissions Information</statelink> > </state> > > > there are two of those: > > "Alabama > " > > and > > " > " > > either side of the statelink element. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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