RE: Using keys in templates
When you specify which nodes are selected in your apply-templates call then there isn't ever any doubt which nodes are being processed or not. It's almost always better to specify exactly which nodes you want to process in an <xsl:apply-templates select=""/> then to either use ifs inside a template or a match on a template. -----Original Message----- From: Nicolas Mailhot [mailto:Nicolas.Mailhot@xxxxxxxxxxx] Well, you're right but with priorities you can poison the default template with an xml:message and detect when a node that isn't supposed to be processed is. Anyway, thanks for the advice ! -- Nicolas Mailhot
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