RE: matching question
> If my input is like > > <a> > <b/> > </a> > > the above template matches only <a> although <b> is also a > node that is "children of some parent". What's the reason for that? > It's exactly what I said: if the template that matches <a> doesn't call xsl:apply-templates selecting the children of <a>, then the children of <a> will not be processed - the system will never look for a matching template rule. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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