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RE: How to format recursive XML using XSL

Subject: RE: How to format recursive XML using XSL
From: Kay Michael <Michael.Kay@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 13:40:23 -0000
recursive xml elements
> > I have a problem. I have XML in which nodes are recursive.
> > How can I use XSL to access elements and display the same?
> >
> Basically I want  to create something like explorer 
> (displaying hierarchy of folders and files).
> In a more better way, Root element contains nodes. These nodes can be
> either leaf nodes (e.g files) or again can have a hierarchy 
> (e.g folder).
In that case the processing you apply at each level of the hierarchy should
be exactly the same. It would seem natural to have one <xsl:template> that
matches nodes with element children (match="*[*]") and another that matches
leaf elements (match="*[not(*)]").

Mike Kay

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