RE: A parameter current context or context passed
> Hmm. So if I excpicitly pass in my context through my param > "current", doesn't the "/" resolve the same as the "." for the > variable passed in? If you explicitly pass a value for the parameter then the select expression in xsl:param is irrelevant: it's only used when you don't supply a value. You're using language here "resolve the same as.. for the variable" which I don't understand; it would be easier if you used the language of the specification. You don't pass a variable to a template, you pass a value. The expression ". | /" (or current() | /) returns one node if the context node is the root of a tree; it returns a node-set containing two nodes if the context node is not the root of the tree. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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