RE: Using keys on a tree from document()
> I just read some posts in the archive, but they are about comparing > keys in the source document with keys in external documents from > document function. > > However, in my case, i do not have a source document, just the one i'm > getting thru document(), and i'll like to use keys on that to find > some related nodes from that document, just like if it was the source > docuement? > > Is this possible? If yes, how? It is possible, and it's fairly automatic. When you call key('k', 'banana'), the system searches for all nodes that: 1. match the match pattern of key 'k' 2. have the 'use' value = 'banana' 3. are in the same document as the context node So if the context node is in document('abc.xml'), that's the one that is searched. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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