Re: simple matching problem
Because you don't say exactly which task attribute to write.Here's another: This seems to find the element node where @task = 1, but it doesn't actually write out the value of @task. Why?
It just writes out: @TASK =
It can be translated into English as follows: if somewhere in the document exists an attribute with string value equals to $nextTask, output value of @task attribute of the *context* node.<xsl:if test="//*[@task=$nextTask]"> @TASK = <xsl:value-of select="@task" /> </xsl:if>
So effectively you are testing one thing and outputting another. Most likely you need
@TASK = <xsl:value-of select="//*[@task=$nextTask]" />
but beware that could be terribly uneffective.
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