Re: Get value from $Variable
XSL-List wrote: Hi, BTW, the name XSL-List, I thought that was Tommie writing... > <xsl:value-of select="$Language/Weekdays/Weekday[@Wd_Id = @Id]"/> > I get the same day of the week (1) with this query. Is it > possible to get it some other way without the Variable? That's because '[' changes the current item. So [@Wd_Id = @Id] accesses two attributes, named Wd_Id and Id, from the same node. There are two solutions: using a variable, or using current(). current() returns the context node at the beginning of the XPath expression (right before evaluating $Language in your example): $Language/Weekdays/Weekday[@Wd_Id = current()/@Id] Regards, -- Florent Georges http://www.fgeorges.org/
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