Re: problem with handling conditional for loops
<> ..... If it's the latter, I hope it doesn't occur to frequently. Do remember this is a pretty large list spanning across quite a few time zones. I was sleeping soundly when your first email was sent to the list this morning. Of course, I realize sometimes postings do get ignored.
You're right. I did feel that my mail had got lost in the many other mails that were posted around the same time.
However since my work has come to a halt because of this problem I decided to repost with a simplified statement. Ive simplified my code for clearer understanding of my problem
<xsl:variable name="clsName" select="@name"/>
IN CASE I dont find $clsName in any of the Value/text() of SubConcept, I'd like to loop though the remaining SubConcept nodes to check whether $clsName exists in its @name.
I hope this is slightly clearer. Else please let me know.
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