Re: Fundimentle Predicate Problem or Bug??
<ORCB082> <ROWSET> <ROW num="1"> <Fixture> <FixtureDate>2008-10-17</FixtureDate> <FixtureDayText>DAY ONE TEST</FixtureDayText> <Race> <RaceType>S</RaceType> </Race> <Race> <RaceType>H</RaceType> </Race> </Fixture> </ROW> </ROWSET> </ORCB082>
Race/RaceType >= 'R' is true for the <RaceType>S</RaceType> element, Race/RaceType <= 'R' is true for the <RaceType>H</RaceType>.
So the result you see is a consequence of >= or <= applied to node-set operands (in XPath 1.0) or sequence operands (in XPath 2.0) being true if there is at least one item in each operand node-set/sequence for which the comparison is true.
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