Problems selecting the right nodes.
<branch id="br1"> <service id="service1" /> <service id="service2" /> <service id="service3" /> </branch> <branch id="br2"> <service id="service1" /> <service id="service4" /> </branch>
Now what I want is a nodeset that contains (uniquely) all the services that do not occur in all the branches. In this case I want service 2, 3 and 4 but not 1
My original solution was iffy. I ended up creating a tokenized string ("Service2|Service3|Service4" in this case) which I then ran through a recursive named template which did a lot of substring-before and substring-after. Since what I cared about are the ids, that was fine. However, the input file is occasionally very large so this can take a very long time. I want to find a better solution.
If possible, I think I'd like to avoid using extension functions, unless there is an obvious performance boost.
Any thoughts? Adam
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