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From Sreekant Sreedharan <sreeka...@alamy.com>
Subject Re: XSLT with maps
Date Thu, 23 Jul 2015 09:15:04 GMT
Well, if you had a result say:
...
<doc>
  <str name="id">589587B2B1CA4C4683FC106967E7C326</str>
  <str name="ar">EE3YYK</str>
  <int name="age">31034</int>
</doc>
...

applying the template:

<xsl:template match="doc">
  <ID NewID="{@id}" ... />
</xsl:template>


would result in the following XML:

<IMAGES>
   <ID NewID=""/>
</IMAGES>

This is because 'id' is not an attribute of 'doc'. It is not even the
attribute of doc/str. It is a value of doc/str/@name. But the problem is
that  
 1) doc/str/@name can refer to either 'id', or 'ar' and 
 2) if the attribute is 'age' then the referred values is not doc/str/@name,
but doc/int/@name

Is there a simpler way to work with this?






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