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Re: [xsl] Acces nodes [help]
Subject: Re: [xsl] Acces nodes [help]|
From: Ana Gaspar Martínez <annagaspar@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 10:43:18 +0100
Ragulf Pickaxe wrote:
On 10/31/05, Ana Gaspar Martmnez <annagaspar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi again,
Michael Kay wrote:
This will fail because your input document is not wellformed XML: element
names must start with a letter.
When reporting that things fail, it's always a good idea to quote the error
message. You may not understand it, but it's likely that others will. And it
might be failing for some reason quite unrelated to the above. For example,
you might have failed to declare a variable called $number; or current()
might be the wrong node (you give no indication of the context of your XPath
Well, sorry about me. I write 1, 2 here, in the file i wirte one ,two,
..etc. I write the value of number and current() and they are ok. :(
Then it is so much more important that you give us the error message.
Have you tried <xsl:copy-of select="document('../list.xml')"/> which
would tell you if you get the wanted xml document?
Could you tell us more of the context as well?
Ragulf Pickaxe :-)
I write the complete xml file...
i would like to obtain every nodes inside the word node(word1, word2)
and compare it with the current()(the word at xml file) to know if this
is the word to change. Then, with the param value i obtain the
corresponding item of the list.(one, two) and i write the value of this
node. For example if $number=2 and <find-list>word1<find-list> it must
When i write document(../list.xml) it does not return the list node or
the word node, it returns the house, little, etc. My problem is that i
don't know how to obtain the word node to examinate it and compare with
the xml file word.
Sorry about me, i never use xslt before and ....:s:s sorry about my
PD: i tried <xsl:copy-of select="document('../list.xml')"/> and it
returns only the little, bigger, house and cat nodes. It doesn't wirte
the list and word nodes.