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Subject: Re: double document merge using keys
From: Terry Ofner <tdofner@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 14:58:04 -0400
Re:  double document merge using keys
Okay, when I try this template, I get unusual return.

<xsl:variable name="stand2page" select="document('teks2page2.xml')"/>

<xsl:template match="chapter">
       <xsl:for-each select="Chapterlesson">
            <xsl:copy-of select="@*"/>
            <xsl:variable name="localStart" select="startNum"/>
            <xsl:variable name="localEnd" select="endNum"/>
            <xsl:for-each select="$stand2page">
select="$stand2page/standards/stand[@startNum &gt;= $localStart and @startNum
&lt;= $localEnd]"/></range>

Everything is good until we get to the triple digits:
<Chapterlesson code="6.1.2">
      <lesson>Collaborating Through the Writing Process </lesson>
         <stand startNum="13" endNum="14">14.A.2</stand>

         <!--I removed a bunch from here-->

         <stand startNum="30" endNum="30">14.D.3</stand>
         <stand startNum="31" endNum="31">14.E.3</stand>
         <stand startNum="132" endNum="132">16.A.2</stand>
         <stand startNum="133" endNum="133">14.A.1</stand>
		<!--many more like thes-->

Something is going wrong with the math. Is it seeing startNum="133" and seeing
13 or something?

On Jun 24, 2010, at 10:46 AM, Martin Honnen wrote:

> Terry Ofner wrote:
>> I have a set of standards that need to be aligned with each lesson. The
standards are coded to the page, not the lesson. Here is a snippet of the
current xml of standardDoc.xml:
>> <standards>
>>   <stand startNum="5" endNum="5">19.A.4</stand>
>>   <stand startNum="11" endNum="11">14.D.2</stand>
>>   <stand startNum="11" endNum="11">14.D.3</stand>
>>   <stand startNum="13" endNum="14">14.A.2</stand>
>>   <stand startNum="15" endNum="15">14.A.1</stand>
>>   <stand startNum="16" endNum="16">14.A.1</stand>
>> ....
>> </standards>
>> The following stylesheet works as far as it goes. It only captures the
standards that match the start page of the lesson. What I need is way to
address standards with startNum >= $localStart and <= $localEnd. Is there a
way to do this using keys?
>> <xsl:template match="Chapterlesson">
>>        <xsl:copy>
>>            <xsl:copy-of select="@*"/>
>>            <xsl:apply-templates/>
>>            <xsl:variable name="localStart" select="startNum"/>
>>            <xsl:variable name="localEnd" select="endNum"/>
>>            <xsl:for-each select="$stand2page">
>>                <stand><xsl:copy-of select="key('standPage',
>>            </xsl:for-each>
> I am not sure the a key helps with a less than/greater than condition but
you could certainly use e.g.
>              <xsl:copy-of select="$stand2page/standards/stand[@startNum >=
$localStart and @endNum &lt;= $localEnd]"/>
> to simply formulate the condition with XPath.
> --
> 	Martin Honnen
> 	http://msmvps.com/blogs/martin_honnen/

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