RE: Acces nodes [help]
This will fail because your input document is not wellformed XML: element names must start with a letter. When reporting that things fail, it's always a good idea to quote the error message. You may not understand it, but it's likely that others will. And it might be failing for some reason quite unrelated to the above. For example, you might have failed to declare a variable called $number; or current() might be the wrong node (you give no indication of the context of your XPath expression). Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Ana Gaspar Martmnez [mailto:annagaspar@xxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 31 October 2005 08:47 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Acces nodes [help] > > Well, i'm newest at xstl. I've a file like: > <list> > <word> > <word1> > <1>house</1> > <2>cat </2> > </word1> > </word> > <word> > <word2> > <1><little</1> > <2> bigger</2> > </word2> > </word> > </list> > And in a xml file i could find <find-list> word1</find-list>. The > number of the list(1,2,..) is save in a param of the xslt file. > In this example i had to obtain house or cat(it depends of the param > value). I try it with the follow sentence but it doesn't run: > document('../list.xml')//*[name()=current()/.]/*[name()=$number]/. > What's fail?
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