Re: Output the Value of Element without its Child Ele
On Thu, 2005-07-14 at 17:21 -0500, Renick, Garrel wrote: >For example, my XML looks like: > > <STANDARD> > <GRADE>Grades Pre-K-2</GRADE> > <TOPIC ID="1" > > <![CDATA[Students will use the skills and strategies of the > reading process to comprehend, interpret, evaluate, and appreciate > what they have read.]]> > <TOPIC id="2"><![CDATA[Seek out and enjoy experiences with books > and other print materials.]]></TOPIC> > <!-- there may be many nested subtopics here --> > </TOPIC> > </STANDARD> > I would like to output: > > 1 > Students will use the skills and strategies of the reading process to > comprehend, interpret, evaluate, and appreciate what they have read. > 2 > Seek out and enjoy experiences with books and other print materials. I suspect you meant id="2" to be ID="2" in your example. Is this what you want? <xsl:template match="TOPIC"> <xsl:value-of select="@ID"/><br/> <xsl:value-of select="node()[not(self::TOPIC)]"/> <xsl:apply-templates select="./TOPIC"/> </xsl:template> -- Stuart Jansen <sjansen@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Guru Labs, L.C.
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