Re: Difficulty with document() and for-each scope
Yes. The de facto (?) way of pulling this trick is to use an anchor variable. Either you set document('')/me:month to a variable, or you set "/" to a variable (before you enter the for-each block). That way you either prevent the scope from shifting to another document (the first approach) or you keep a reference to the original input document (the second approach).
Thanks for your reply! I had seen this trick on the web, but I couldn't figure out how to use the anchor variable with the apply-templates block.
Deborah's suggestion of using for-each sounds like it would do this, so I'll try it now.
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