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Subject: Re: Matching attribute with condition in predicate
From: Михаил Сабуренков <jack.vosmerkin@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 2009 18:13:19 +0300
Re:  Matching attribute with condition in predicate
2009/12/22 G. Ken Holman <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Because the "/" at the start of "/root/@condition" is the top of the
> _current tree_, not the top of the initial tree. B Thus it is at the top of
> the tree with the attribute because it is in the predicate tested when the
> attribute is the current node.
> You want a global variable something like:
> B <xsl:variable name="orig" select="/"/>
> ... and then in your predicate @attr[$orig/root/@condition='ru'] in order
> switch to the original tree from your temporary tree.

Thanks for quick reply.
Now I see why it's not working, but I can't use variables in
template/@match, can I ?
So I can't figure out how to get original tree there, and it seems
that I have to use choose/when/otherwise.

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