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Subject: Two different input get single output
From: "Selvaganesh" <selvaganesh_t@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2009 17:56:24 +0530
 Two different input get single output
Dear Team,

I have challenging for xsl creating of two different input xml and get
single output xml file. Can you guide us how is prepare in easy way.

Below listed my input & output xml files


           <origin>FA, CSA</origin>
           <origin>ICTA, CSA</origin>
           <def>Finance Act</def>
           <def>Caravan Sites Act</def>
           <def>Income and Corporation Taxes Act</def>

Output.xml(throughout XSLT conversion)

          <derivation>Subsection (1) replace, Finance Act</derivation>
          <derivation>Subsection (2) was created in drafting, Finance Act,
Caravan Sites Act</derivation>
          <derivation>Subsection (1) is a new provision, Income and
Corporation Taxes Act, Caravan Sites Act</derivation>

Thanks to everyone,

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