Re: contains() function to search general in xslt
Hello David, --- David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > contains() expects a string value as the first > argument. > but you have given it a node set: > contains(child::Box/@name, > > whenever you do that (in XSLt1) it uses the first > node in document > order, which is <Box name="header1"> in your case. > > You want test="Box/@name[contains(.,'Application')]" Thanks for the suggestion.. this will be helpful for me. i want to check the name attribute.. it can be Application, Application1, etc.. Regards, Raj __________________________________________________________ Enjoy this Diwali with Y! India Click here http://in.promos.yahoo.com/fabmall/index.html
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