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Re: [xsl] Cannot use result tree fragment
Subject: Re: [xsl] Cannot use result tree fragment|
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 17:36:51 +0100
This is a FAQ
If you use xsl:variable with content it generates a result tree
fragment, you can not query into that, all you can do is copy it with
copy-of to the result, or use it as a string.
Most XSLT systems have a node-set extension function to generate a node
set from a result tree fragment.
In your case though your result tree fragment would still not work as it
does not have the nodes of the documents only there character data as
xsl:value-of _always_ returns a string.
You can solve both these pronlems and avoid teh need for a node-set
extension function by going
so now vchapmod1 contains the document nodes directly.
You don't need the $vchapmod variable at all that is just the current
node so this can be written
If you only use this variable in one place you don't need a variable at
all and could just have
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