Re: XSL For-Each Help!
Thanks Wendell!!! Your my hero!! It is always the 'simmple errors' that cause me the most problems! ..and yes - i absolutely get the concept, now that it is working of course. Again, thanks for your help -R --- Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Rusty, > > These turned out to be pretty simple errors to make > (and fix): > > At 07:06 PM 7/17/2006, you wrote: > ><xsl:key name="itemsbydistributor" > >match="ItemAsSold[CanOrderFlag='true'][CanShipFlag > = > >'true']" use="DistributorCode"/> > > In your data (as posted yesterday), the elements in > the predicates > are CanOrder and CanShip, without "Flag" appended. > > >--then down within the XSL file i have----: > ><xsl:variable name="distributorVal"> > ><!-- only process distributorCodes if canShip and > >canOrder are both true --> > > <xsl:for-each > >select="//DistributorCode[generate-id(parent::ItemAsSold)=generate-id(key('itemsbydistributor',current())) > >]"> > > Here, you want > generate-id(key('itemsbydistributor',.), no > "current()". If that was my error, I apologize. :-) > (If this is a > global variable, current() is probably returning the > root node. You > want the value of the DistributorCode. > > > <xsl:value-ofselect="DistributorCode"/> > > Here you want value-of select=".", since the context > is already the > DistributorCode. > > Alternatively, you could select > > //ItemAsSold[generate-id()=generate-id(key('itemsbydistributor',DistributorCode))] > > and then get the value of its DistributorCode. > > I hope that helps. > > Do you get the concept, anyhow? > > Cheers, > Wendell
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