Accessing the source nodetree while in another context
Hi All, Can anyone tell me if there is a way to access the source nodetree while within another nodetree context? Here's a simple example - ... <xsl:variable name="mydoc" select="document('mydoc.xml')"/> <xsl:apply-templates select="$mydoc//*"/> ... While the apply-templates is run, the context for the current node is set to $mydoc and any templates that are executed use that. If I want to access the nodetree for the source document on which the transform was run, is there a simple syntax to specify it? I see how I could do this if I used an xsl:for as I could copy part of the source nodetree into a variable and just access the variable, but it seems like if I want to use templates, they are going to be in a global scope and I won't be able to access my variable as it isn't in the same scope. Therefore, I would need some syntax to specify the source nodetree directly. Thanks for any and all comments. Please let me know if I'm missing something simple :-). Jeff Rosler Consultant Flatirons Solutions Corp 2555 55th Street Suite 100D Boulder, CO 80301 303-544-0514 x11 jeff.rosler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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