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Re: for-each issue

Subject: Re: for-each issue
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 16:24:00 GMT
Re:  for-each issue
> I'm new to XSLT

Nothing wrong with that, but perhaps you need to read the list
guidelines (at the URL attatched to every message) on how to construct
message so that you have a better chance of getting help.

>  I get 0
> count(document($currentJTL_cifo)/testResults/*[@label = current()/@label][attribute::label='Client Init'])" />
> while
> count(document($currentJTL_cifota)/testResults/*[attribute::label='Client Init'])" />
> gives me the answer I want.

presumably they are different documents so why whould you get the same
count? In teh first case it deoends on current()/@label ie the value of
the lable attribute at the node that is current at the point where you
evaluate this expression, in particular if the current node does not
have label='Client Init' then the expression will return 0 for any


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