RE: XPath problem
> The second problem is that it does not like: > > xqx:opType = '<=' > > Is there a problem with this? The element text > contains the string "<=". But the match does not > work. > < is converted to < by an XML parser. Your source document has been parsed and this conversion has been done. But since you are submitting the XPath expression to DOM4J from a Java application, the XPath expression doesn't go through an XML parser, so it isn't converted to <. Write xqx:opType = '<='. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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