hi michael, i still dont have a solution, so i try do explain it once again to you. > Start at the beginning. What is your input, and what is your desired > output, and how do they relate to each other? Usually I then ask people > to show us their code, so that we can see where they are having > problems. But it seems your code is not likely to be a good place to > start. i have a xml-document (a) with several 'group' nodes. each node has an element 'ID'. what i want to do is get an xPointer of a 'group' node in another xml-document (b) having the same value of the attribut 'ID'. > (a) the title of your email is called "evaluate". Has this got anything > to do with your problem, and if so what? the title is 'evaluate' cause in php i would write it like this: $result = $langHandler->evaluate( "//*[@name = 'whatEver']" ); $result is an array with all XPointers ... regards, michael paffrath XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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