RE: centralised alphabetical order ...
The key() function locates nodes within the document containing the context node. You have to know which documents you want to search, it's not capable of searching across documents. Michael Kay > -----Original Message----- > From: james walker [mailto:jameswalkerandy@xxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 01 April 2004 11:40 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: RE: centralised alphabetical order ... > > Hello, > When u said "You don't need to worry that the key is defined > against every > possible > >document; the document to be searched is determined when you > call the key() > >function. > " which key function did u mean? > > At the moment > <xsl:key name="cat-by-firstocc" match="link" > use="substring(title,1,1)" /> > ths statement only seems to be matching key values to titles > in the input > document (which doesnt contain anything as all the links are > in seperate > documents within $nsindex)? > > I wanted to match all the titles in all documents under > nsindex using the > same xsl:key statement. For example, if i had 4 files with > one title in each > which started with the letter A, i would want the statement > <xsl:for-each > select="key('cat-by-firstocc', A)"> to go through all of > those documents. > > cheers > james > > _________________________________________________________________ > Express yourself with cool new emoticons > http://www.msn.co.uk/specials/myemo
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