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Subject: Re: Get the first Array element
From: henry human <henry_human@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 May 2012 20:39:08 +0100 (BST)
Re:  Get the first Array element
Thank you Michele, that is it! !
Best regards
Henry

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Gesendet: 21:07 Donnerstag, 10.Mai 2012
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Argh.  Again with the bad punctuation, here it is corrected:
select="TaxTotal[child::Amount][1]/Amount"

Sorry!!

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From: Michele R Combs [mailto:mrrothen@xxxxxxx] 
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May 10, 2012 3:07 PM
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Get the first Array element

Ah.  Try this:
select="TaxTotal[child::Amount[1]/Amount"

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henry human [mailto:henry_human@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 3:06 PM
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Subject: Re:  Get the first Array
element

Thanks, it seems that still is somethin wrong in your statement. I
get now the correct Taxtotal (the first which has an element Amount) but it is
the WHOLE Taxtotal and not only the Amount!
Even if try this I get still the
whole taxtotal:
select="TaxTotal[child::Amount[1]][1]"
 

 
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Von: Michele R Combs <mrrothen@xxxxxxx>
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Gesendet: 19:28 Donnerstag, 10.Mai 2012
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element

Sorry, extra closing quotes there:
select="TaxTotal[child::Amount][1]"

Michele

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From:
Michele R Combs [mailto:mrrothen@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 1:28 PM
To: 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: RE:  Get the first Array
element

In your code example there is only ONE occurrence of TaxTotal/Amount
-- in that case, select="TaxTotal/Amount" will work.

If there are multiple
TaxTotal/Amounts and you only want the first one, then I think
select="TaxTotal[child::Amount][1]"" would do it.

Michele

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From: henry human [mailto:henry_human@xxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday,
May 10, 2012 12:18 PM
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Subject: Re: 
Get the first Array element

Sorry it was a mistake in the posting:
Correction:
I will get the FIRST Taxtotal element which has the Amount element
I tried it with <xsl-value-of select="TaxTotal[1]/Amount"/> But it does not
work as expected because I get the other Taxtotal (the first one) which has
not the element 'Amount'
Here is my XML data:

<elements>
....
 <TaxTotal>
 
<otherAmount>22.00</otherAmount>
 </TaxTotal>
 .......
 <TaxTotal>
 
<otherAmount>90.00</otherAmount>
 </TaxTotal>
 <TaxTotal>
      .....
 
<Amount>44.00</Amount>
  </TaxSubtotal>
 </TaxTotal>
 <TaxTotal>
  .....
 
<Amount>10.00</Amount>
  </TaxSubtotal>
 </TaxTotal>
 ......
</elements>



I
hope i am now more cleare
 ??



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Gesendet: 17:59 Donnerstag, 10.Mai 2012
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Sorry it was a mistake in the
posting:
Correction:
I will get the FIRST Taxtotal element which has the
Amount element I tried it with <xsl-value-of
select="TaxTotal[1]/RoundingAmount"/>
But it does not work as expected because
I get the other Taxtotal (the first one) which has not the element 'Amount'
Here is my XML data:

<elements>
....
 <TaxTotal>
 
<otherAmount>22.00</otherAmount>
 </TaxTotal>
 .......
 <TaxTotal>
 
<otherAmount>90.00</otherAmount>
 </TaxTotal>
 <TaxTotal>
      .....
 
<Amount>44.00</Amount>
  </TaxSubtotal>
 </TaxTotal>
 <TaxTotal>
  .....
 
<Amount>10.00</Amount>
  </TaxSubtotal>
 </TaxTotal>
 ......
</elements>



I
hope i am now more cleare
 ??


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Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
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Gesendet: 17:49 Donnerstag, 10.Mai 2012
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element

Unless you clearly define the problem, don't expect any useful
response -- we are not supernaturals and only have limited guessing power.
Cheers,
Dimitre

On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 7:11 AM, henry human
<henry_human@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello
> <elements>
> ....
>  <TaxTotal>
>
  <otherAmount>22.00</otherAmount>
>  </TaxTotal>
>  .......
>  <TaxTotal>
>
  <otherAmount>90.00</otherAmount>
>  </TaxTotal>
>  <TaxTotal>
>       .....
>   <Amount>44.00</Amount>
>   </TaxSubtotal>
>  </TaxTotal>
>  <TaxTotal>
>
  .....
>   <Amount>10.00</Amount>
>   </TaxSubtotal>
>  </TaxTotal>
>  ......
> </elements>
> ---------------------
> Ever I will get the FIRST Taxtotal
because this has the Amount I tried 
> :cac:TaxTotal[1]/cbc:RoundingAmount
>
Butr It is wrong!
> ??
>
>
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