RE: Can't get predicates working.
If you show us the code you've written, someone will probably be able to tell you where you've gone wrong. If you don't, they won't. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Marco Mastrocinque [mailto:mmfive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 07 May 2005 21:18 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Can't get predicates working. > > > Hi All, > I'm having trouble with a predicate selection (i.e. a > conditional > selection). For the following xml structure. > > <company> > <division DID="XXX"> > <projects> > <project PID='XYZ'> (Project ID) > <PNAME>Some Name</PNAME> (Project Name) > <BUDGET>111</BUDGET> > <assigns> > <assign refEID='XXX000'> > <HOURS>12</HOURS> > </assign> > <assign refEID='XXX001'> > <HOURS>78</HOURS> > </assign> > <assigns> > </project> > <project PID='XY1'> > <PNAME>Some OtherName</PNAME> > <BUDGET>112</BUDGET> > <assigns> > <assign refEID='XXX000'> > <HOURS>34</HOURS> > </assign> > <assign refEID='XXX002'> > <HOURS>1234</HOURS> > </assign> > <assigns> > </project> > Etc.. > </projects> > <employees> > <employee EID='XXX000'> > <ENAME>Joe Blow</ENAME> > <OFFICE>1204</OFFICE> > <BIRTHDATE>1924-08-01</BIRTHDATE> > </employee> > <employee EID='XXX001'> > <ENAME>Joe Smith</ENAME> > <OFFICE>1203</OFFICE> > <BIRTHDATE>1930-08-01</BIRTHDATE> > </employee> > <employee EID='XXX002'> > <ENAME>Joe Jerry</ENAME> > <OFFICE>0003</OFFICE> > <BIRTHDATE>1930-08-01</BIRTHDATE> > </employee> > </employees> > </division> > Etc.. (there are multiple divisions with the same structure, > employees can > only work for one division and a project only belongs to a > single division > ) > </company> > > I won't to have a table that shows PID, PNAME, BUDGET and > then the employee > EID (unique identifier), the employee name (ENAME), OFFICE > and HOURS spent > on each project. > > The output I won't is > > Division Name = XXX > PID='XYZ' PNAME=Some Name BUDGET=111 > EID= XXX000 ENAME= Joe Blow OFFICE=1204 HOURS=12 > EID= XXX001 ENAME= Joe Smith OFFICE=1203 HOURS=78 > > PID=' XY1' PNAME= Some OtherName BUDGET=112 > EID= XXX000 ENAME= Joe Blow OFFICE=1204 HOURS=34 > EID= XXX002 ENAME= Joe Jerry OFFICE=0003 HOURS=1234 > > This above output is done for every division. > > I have to match the refEID attribute of assign element with the EID > attribute of employee element. Then out the EID (refEID), > with the ENAME and > OFFICE elements, while looping the projects for each > division. I know it is > a conditional selection (I think?), but I just can't get working. > > > Thanks Marco Mastrocinque
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