RE: ancestor axis order
Ken said: By "prior" I'm assuming that you need to know if you have a <choice> ancestor that has a <define> ancestor. Yes. >for the example above, references should be 'no' and scope should be >'yes' Not sure what you mean by that. The result I wanted. But, below is the use of the test: <xsl:when test="ancestor::choice/ancestor::define"> I hope this helps. Yes Ken. perfect. I wonder why I always interpret / as being 'down-tree' :-) as apposed to your use, where it continues in the ancestor axis? <xsl:for-each select=".//*[not(self::rng:choice)]//rng:ref"> was working too, looking in the other direction. Invert the not for the other kind! Thanks Ken. regards DaveP -- DISCLAIMER: NOTICE: The information contained in this email and any attachments is confidential and may be privileged. If you are not the intended recipient you should not use, disclose, distribute or copy any of the content of it or of any attachment; you are requested to notify the sender immediately of your receipt of the email and then to delete it and any attachments from your system. RNIB endeavours to ensure that emails and any attachments generated by its staff are free from viruses or other contaminants. However, it cannot accept any responsibility for any such which are transmitted. We therefore recommend you scan all attachments. Please note that the statements and views expressed in this email and any attachments are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of RNIB. RNIB Registered Charity Number: 226227 Website: http://www.rnib.org.uk
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