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Re: problem with handling conditional for loops

Subject: Re: problem with handling conditional for loops
From: "Aron Bock" <aronbock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 01:15:27 +0000
loops definition
Rahil, in the post below I was merely pointing out that the 'choose' should be inside the variable definition if it is to work; I didn't mean to vet or endorse the approach. Again, please post samples of your input, and required output.


You probably want:

<xsl:variable name="nodeToProcess">

The choose should be inside the variable definition; else the variable goes out of scope when the choose finishes.

Sorry trouble already. $nodeToProcess now correctly contains values found in either the <xsl:when> or <xsl:otherwise> statement.

However how can I also add the value of the 'id' attribute to $nodeToProcess so that I can look for references to the result based on its id at a later stage ?

E.g. <Value id="1234">Hello</Value>

So I want that $nodeToProcess contains both 'Hello' and '1234' say of the form 'Hello,1234' or 'Hello 1234'.

I tried out a few ways of doing it but none worked!


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