Re: xsl:key match all values
At 06:30 PM 3/28/2005, you wrote:
Hmmmm... a thought:
Certainly. If your key is constant (maybe that value really is always '1') there's really no point in indexing elements: you may as well just find them once and be done with it.
In this case, a global variable declaration could simply say
<xsl:variable name="BBB-children" select="//BBB[@t='1']/*"/>
... which amounts to exactly what was suggested by others in this thread.
You put the variable declaration at the top level so it is (a) evaluated only once even by a naive processor, and (b) it's accessible from any template.
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