RE: Templates for different kinds of tags?
You can do all of this with template rules, you don't need xsl:choose at all. Write rules like <xsl:template match="table[@style='simple']"> <xsl:template match="table[@style='simple']/tr"> <xsl:template match="table[@style='simple']/tr/td"> to process the different kinds of element in your input. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: Thomas Zastrow [mailto:listen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 22 March 2007 18:19 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Templates for different kinds of tags? > > Hi there, > > I'm not so familiar with XSL, please be patient ;-) > > I have a XML-document (not HTML) with tables like this: > > <table> > <tr> > <td></td><td></td> > </tr> > </table> > > So, I have three templates for them: > > <xsl:template match="table"> > <xsl:template match="tr"> > <xsl:template match="td"> > > Now, I want to use different kinds of tables in my XML-doc like > > <table style="simple"> > <table style="xyz"> > > Depending on the style-attribut, I can change the > template-code for <table> with xsl:choose. But, the <tr>- > and <td>-tags are still the same code, so, they will always > use the same templates. But I also want to change the code > for tr and td, depending on the style of the complete table. > > Is this possible or have I to write the xsl:choose - > statement again in the tr- and in the td-templates? > > Thank you! > > Best, > > Tom
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