RE: Wildcard problem
HI David, muenchian grouping; I have to read and learn more about it. However I can imagine what the index is supposed to do; to prevent the counting of doubles in my case. I don't get an error with your code. However I get a count of 10 when I should have gotten 2. <WAAUX03MeterPulse action="add"> <WAAUX03WithholdNumber action="add"> <WAAUX01MeterPulse action="add"> <WAAUX01Bar141 action="add"> <WAAUX01CallBarring action="add"> <WAAUX01Line action="add"> <WAAUX03ICB action="add"> <WAAUX01OCBE action="add"> <WAAUX03OCB action="add"> <WAAUX03Line action="add"> It still counts everything with WAAUX following two digits, which are 10. As I said, I am very new to muenchian grouping. However could it be that this is wrong: <xsl:key name="WAAUX" match="*[starts-with(name(),'WAAUX')]" use="name()"/> Because not each element that starts with WAAUX needs a unique index. But each element that starts with WAAUX AND a two number digits needs a unique index, right? But how is this possible? The Translate won't help in this situation. Unless the problem is somewhere else... Many thanks Houman -----Original Message----- From: David Carlisle [mailto:davidc@xxxxxxxxx] Sent: 06 October 2005 10:38 To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Wildcard problem > However the translate() funcation eliminates this differences. > Is that possible or too complicated for XSLT? You just need to do the de-duplication before the translate. eg using keys (muenchian grouping) <xsl:key name="WAAUX" match="*[starts-with(name(),'WAAUX')]" use="name()"/> <xsl:value-of select="count(* [generate-id()=generate-id(key('WAAUX',name()))] [starts-with(translate(name(),'123456789','000000000'),'WAAUX00')])"/>
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