Re: [XPath 2.0] Two XPath expressions to the same node
Why does this XPath expression return true:
If you have more than one element with one or more children MembershipFee elements in your tree, then the second would be an instance of text()* or text()+.
But you don't show your data, so I can't tell if this is your situation or not.
I hope this helps.
. . . . . . . . . Ken
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