RE: Context document with exsl:node-set()?
> What happens to the context document when you use this in XSLT 1.0? Technically there's no such thing as the "context document", though it's a convenient shorthand for "the document containing the context node". > My suspicions > are that the context document changes to the contents of > $structured-data when I apply-templates to it Correct, when you apply-templates to a node that node becomes the context node. If you need to refer back to the original document, it's usually best to have a global variable bound to it. <xsl:variable name="main-doc" select="/"/> Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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