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RE: Combining nodes

Subject: RE: Combining nodes
From: "Bordeman, Chris" <Chris.Bordeman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2008 09:22:36 -0600
RE:  Combining nodes
I CAN use XSLT 2.0 and would prefer to do so.

Here is a sample input XML:

<?xml version="1.0"?>

The output XML should look like this:

<FieldValuePair name="label1" value="inspection"/>
<FieldValuePair name="value1" value="4.00"/>

<FieldValuePair name="label2" value="vsc"/>
<FieldValuePair name="value2" value="210.00"/>

<FieldValuePair name="label3" value="ppm"/>
<FieldValuePair name="value3" value="250.00"/>

As you can see, the first set of FieldValuePairs came from the /Fees
area of the input, and the 2nd and 3rd set of output nodes came from the
/Products nodes.  The output consists of values taken from Fees where
IsPublicOfficial ne 'true' and values taken from the Product nodes where
IsInsurance ne 'true'.  The output can contain a maximum of 3 pairs, and
the Fees must be exhausted before Products can be used.

I'm thinking I need to create 2 variables, one for the Fees nodes, one
for the Product nodes, and then combine them somehow?  I guess I need to
know how to create the variables (since the output nodes don't look like
the source nodes) and how to join them in the end.  Then, I can ouput
them how I like (max 3 items allowed in output).

Thanks very much for any help that can be provided.

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