Splitting multiple node occurrences into separate xmls
and apart from transforming it, will split the multiple node occurrences for "a" into different xml's i.e.
I was thnking that if xsl offers some kind of looping facility, that may help. But then xsl transformation presumably being single-input, single-output process, just an xsl maynot by itself suffice. Is there a possibility that somehow I can have a java loop pass a looping variable into the xsl-sheet, so that the first transformation gives me the first occurrence of "a", and so on.
Another approach could be to let the xsl transformation return a single xml that has the multiple "a" occurrences and then subsequently seperate them out by carrying out XPath/DOM operations on the transformed xml.
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