RE: Navigating an XML file with xsl:for-each etc.
>It's not clear to me whether add/delete always have children called c and d, >or whether you just used these as examples. If the former, >xsl:if test="add/c = delete/c and add/d = delete/d" >A generic comparison is more difficult, and you need to specify the >requirements rather more precisely - for example, is order important? It should be more generic. I *wouldn't* know what is inside the "add" or "delete" element. Order isn't important either. So I have to check what are inside the "add" and compare them one by one against those under "delete". If equal then output. I tried to explain it better in my shopping list example. :) Do you think such a generic thing is possible? Thanks Houman
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