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Subject: Re: xsl:include
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 10:10:46 GMT
xsl over rides
> I gather from this that the if the match is "/" then It will take
> precedence over /rootnode. Do I need to be using something else?

import precedence and priority are irrelvent here as those matches match
different nodes.  / matches the root node of the document, and /rootnode
matches the top level element if that happens to be called <rootnode>,
and nothing otherwise.

I suspect that you want to use xsl:import not xsl:include.
It is import not incude that sets up precedence rules so that
the importing stylesheet can over ride the imported one.



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