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RE: need xpath

Subject: RE: need xpath
From: "Bryan Rasmussen" <bry@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 19:03:29 +0100
RE:  need xpath
I remember that you posted about this earlier and that you were constrained
to an environment that only supported old wd-xsl
it's been a while since I've had to do anything with that, I was once in the
same situation and I batch processed my wd-xsls from an xslt, anyhow from
what I remember you could still do most things, I always had problems in
wd-xsl getting includes and imports to work right, the xpath was subtlely
different(guess it was prob xsl patterns), don't think parameters worked
quite right, couldn't use curly brackets had to use <xsl:attribute
name="somename"> all the time, no variables as I remember- nonetheless it
shouldn't be too difficult, there was if, when, for-each, apply-templates,
call-templates and so forth.

that said try

<!--just do this to check if it works, clean it later-->
<xsl:for-each select="//graphic[@id=//xref/@xrefid]">

</xsl:for-each>

 just to get a handle on how awful it truly is to work with this misbegotten
technology.

><graphic id="XBWQEF00F" boardno="N0011939.FAX" size="A4" rfa="(Pre
>Mod.02138)" label="2" inschlvl="3" mark="1"/>

>And the line:

><xref xrefid="XBWQEF00F"/>

>When I encounter the <xref> element I want to output the 'label' attribute
>from the corresponding graphic element.



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