Re: xsl:sort now working under unix
xsl:apply-templates sets the context node to a case element, and status is a child element of case,
so you'll need <xsl:sort select="status" .../>
I don't think a sort select expression should ever start with "/": it is a valid XPath expression but it's "fixed"
(ie. it doesn't change over the various elements you apply-templates to.)
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