Re: Dynamic Tables
...<topics> <topic> <name>Introduction to LotusScript for Lotus Notes and Domino</name> <start>0800</start> <end>1000</end> <location>SW 1-4</location> </topic>
<xsl:variable name="unique-rooms" select="//topics/topic/location[not(. = preceding::location)]" />...
<xsl:if test=". = ../location">...
I don't understand why the xsl:if is always true if I am comparing 2 different things,
You compare two equal things. The $unique-rooms is a set of all location elements which are pairwise unequal. The context node for the test expression is such an location element. The parent of this node has exactly one location element as child, the element which is also the context node. Therefore both . and ../location resolve to the same node, no surprise that the comparision of their contents is always true.
XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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