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Re: Sorting and Grouping Alphabetically: Two Levels

Subject: Re: Sorting and Grouping Alphabetically: Two Levels
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2008 17:52:37 GMT
Re:  Sorting and Grouping Alphabetically: Two Levels
> .NET XSL processor (xsl 1) supplied with Visual Studio.NET 2003. It's
> sad, I know..

that supports msxsl:node-set I believe (certainly the older msxml
processor does)

> this is actually what i was doing, EXCEPT the problem I was/am having is
> that "following-sibling" ignores the sort imposed by xsl:sort. 

yes sort everything first (either in a separate stylesheet or using the
node-set extension) then group, sorting and grouping in the same pass is
not usually feasible in xslt 1.

> I thought by organizing the data with keys, I could trick the xsl into
> finding the post-sort following-sibling. Isn't that the case?


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