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Subject: Re: Grouping based on key result
From: Ganesh Babu N <nbabuganesh@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 22 May 2009 15:55:24 +0530
Re:  Grouping based on key result
Thanks Wendell,

I have solved my problem after a day long struggle.

Regards,
Ganesh



On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 8:46 PM, Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
> Ganesh,
>
> At 12:14 AM 5/20/2009, you wrote:
>>
>> Can somebody look into my problem and provide the solution.
>
> Unfortunately this list is not a free service for technical assistance.
>
> Technical assistance at no charge is sometimes provided, but merely as a
> by-product of our ongoing discussion of XSLT.
>
> If you do wish for technical assistance, you have (at least) two options:
>
> 1. Post a question or point for discussion according to the list guidelines
> (at http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/), and *hope* for a response,
> which cannot be guaranteed.
>
> 2. Hire a consultant or service provider.
>
> Your post does not follow list guidelines; plus, it conveys the impression
> that you expect it is someone's responsibility to help you. But this is not
> the case. No one is being formally compensated for participating in this
> list.
>
> In particular, the guidelines state:
>
>> In addition to following simple rules of net etiquette and common sense,
>> you will
>> improve the chances that you will receive prompt and helpful responses by:
>>
>>  * Asking questions specific enough that answers are possible. Describe
>> what you
>>    are trying to do, how you approached it, what happened, and why you
>> dont like
>>    the result you got. Dont simply say it gave me an error; paste in
>> the error
>>    message (someone else can probably make sense of it).
>>
>>  * Illustrating your question with a demonstration of the problem.
>> Well-composed
>>    questions frequently include a small XML sample, an XSLT stylesheet,
>> the
>>    results received, and the result that was desired  all in miniature,
>> to make
>>    it comprehensible to readers new to your problem. (It is also not
>> uncommon to
>>    discover what a problem actually is in the process of reducing it to an
>>    illustrative version.)
>
> To this I can add something that ought to be plain common sense: the best
> way to get help is to offer it. If you can't offer help, then you need to
> offer something else valuable that convinces other readers that venturing
to
> help you is worth their while.
>
> Cheers,
> Wendell
>
>> On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 9:58 AM, Ganesh Babu N <nbabuganesh@xxxxxxxxx>
>> wrote:
>> > Dear All,
>> >
>> > Please find my good quality sample input.
>> >
>> > <author-group>
>> >        <author>
>> >                <given-name>Bing</given-name>
>> >                <surname>Pan</surname>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="aff1">
>> >                        <sup>a</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="aff2">
>> >                        <sup>b</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="cor1">
>> >                        <sup>&#x204E;</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >                <e-address>panb04@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</e-address>
>> >        </author>
>> >
>> >        <author>
>> >                <given-name>Anand</given-name>
>> >                <surname>Asundi</surname>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="aff1">
>> >                        <sup>a</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >        </author>
>> >
>> >        <author>
>> >                <given-name>Huimin</given-name>
>> >                <surname>Xie</surname>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="aff2">
>> >                        <sup>b</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >        </author>
>> >
>> >        <author>
>> >                <given-name>Jianxin</given-name>
>> >                <surname>Gao</surname>
>> >                <cross-ref refid="aff3">
>> >                        <sup>c</sup>
>> >                </cross-ref>
>> >        </author>
>> >
>> >        <affiliation id="aff1">
>> >                <label>a</label>
>> >                <textfn>School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
>> > Nanyang
>> > Technological University, 639798 Singapore, Singapore</textfn>
>> >        </affiliation>
>> >        <affiliation id="aff2">
>> >                <label>b</label>
>> >                <textfn>FML, Department of Engineering Mechanics,
>> > Tsinghua
>> > University, Beijing 10084, China</textfn>
>> >        </affiliation>
>> >        <affiliation id="aff3">
>> >                <label>c</label>
>> >                <textfn>The Welding Institute, Great Abington, Cambridge
>> > CB21 6AL, UK</textfn>
>> >        </affiliation>
>> > </author-group>
>> >
>> > The existing code is working fine for a single affiliation. If the
>> > author is having multiple affiliations the code is not working as
>> > intended.
>> >
>> > Output of the code:
>> > <author>B. Pan</author>, <author>A. Asundi</author> (Singapore)
>> > <author>H. Xie</author> (China)  &amp; <author>J. Gao</author> (UK)
>> >
>> > Output required:
>> >
>> > <author>B. Pan</author> (Singapore, China), <author>A. Asundi</author>
>> > (Singapore), <author>H. Xie</author> (China) &amp; <author>J.
>> > Gao</author> (UK)
>> >
>> >
>> > Please help in getting the required output.
>> >
>> > Regards,
>> > Ganesh
>> >
>> >
>> > On Mon, May 18, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Andrew Welch <andrew.j.welch@xxxxxxxxx>
>> > wrote:
>> >> Just trying to be helpful here...
>> >>
>> >>> <author><given-name>Anand</given-name><surname>Asundi</surname>
>> >>> <cross-ref refid="aff1"><sup>a</sup></cross-ref></author>
>> >>
>> >>> Please help in getting the required output.
>> >>
>> >> I would normally have a look, but you haven't indented the XML so I
>> >> pretty much instantly decide not to bother figuring out what the
>> >> problem is...  I would recommend re-posting with good quality sample
>> >> input.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> --
>> >> Andrew Welch
>
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