Re: Catch ALL | Failed template rule
Hi, here goes! This selects everything other than the node named slide <xsl:template match="//*[not(name(.) = 'slide')]"> </xsl:template> Cheers, Omprakash.V Karl Stubsjoen To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <kstubs@gmail cc: (bcc: omprakash.v/Polaris) .com> Subject: Catch ALL | Failed template rule 03/21/2005 08:33 PM Please respond to xsl-list I'd like a catch ALL template rule, actually a catch NOT template rule. In an effort to check for the existence of a select, I have setup a match template rule that simply returns "1" for a match. So I have: <xsl:template match="record" mode="recordexists"> <xsl:text>1</xsl:text> </xsl:template> The failed select would need to return a "0". So I need a match that simply returns 0. So something like: <xsl:template match="not(record)" mode="recordexists"> <xsl:text>0</xsl:text> </xsl:template> (which is not a legal match statement, but that is what I need). I'm sure there is a way, and I'm sure it is obvious! Just not coming to me. Thanks, Karl This e-Mail may contain proprietary and confidential information and is sent for the intended recipient(s) only. If by an addressing or transmission error this mail has been misdirected to you, you are requested to delete this mail immediately. You are also hereby notified that any use, any form of reproduction, dissemination, copying, disclosure, modification, distribution and/or publication of this e-mail message, contents or its attachment other than by its intended recipient/s is strictly prohibited. Visit Us at http://www.polaris.co.in
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