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From Patrick Durusau <pduru...@emory.edu>
Subject Re: Capturing relevant source document during XSLT processing
Date Mon, 02 Jul 2001 15:13:55 GMT
Brian,

I think you are more likely to find the answer to this (and other) XSTL
questions on the XSL-List (see http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/
for archives, subscription information, etc.)

When you post your question, please indicate if you are trying to
display:

Firstname: Bob

or 

are you extracting:

<person>
 
     <firstname>bob</firstname>
 
</person>

for further processing?

It makes a difference in the solution. (although not much)

If you are only trying for the display: Firstname: Bob (as in an HTML
document or something similar) Michael Kay covers sample code that leads
to that result in Chapter 2 of XSLT (2nd edition). If you are going to
be doing any serious amount of XSLT work, get Kay's book (not meant as a
comment on others, choice depends on your personal style) and subscribe
to the XSL-List (asking questions after you search the archives and the
FAQ).

Kay also covers selecting nodes for further processing (in XSLT) if that
was the intent of your question.

Hope this helps!

Patrick

-- 
Patrick Durusau
Director of Research and Development
Society of Biblical Literature
pdurusau@emory.edu


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