RE: how do you determine if a property exists?
--- Jarno.Elovirta@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > What is a "property"? Sorry, got the lingo confused. property==attribute > You seem to be testing if the string value of an > attribute is an empty string. Either like already > have, or if you want to test if the attribute > exists, then simply > > <xsl:when test="@Predecessors"> Yes, what I am wanting to do is to have an attribute in the output document called parent_id. This attribute should have the value of the @Predecessors attribute in the source document. If the @Predecessors attribute has the value of an empty string, then I want parent_id="1". Similarly, if there is no @Predecessors attribute in the source document, I want the parent_id attribute to be parent_id="1". Am currently trying your proposed solution. thanks! 8-) David. __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - File online by April 15th http://taxes.yahoo.com/filing.html
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