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Re: [xsl] for-each for reading 2 documents
Subject: Re: [xsl] for-each for reading 2 documents|
From: "Mohit Anchlia" <mohitanchlia@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 2008 15:56:16 -0700
Yes. I understand and I am trying to stick to one email thread. I just
didn't want people to spend lot of time for a simple question. Thanks
for the tip.
On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 12:52 PM, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Is it possible to use <xsl:for-each ..> to read 2 documents.
>> Something like <xsl:for-each select="//abc/*|$file2//abc/*">.
>> I tried this but it doesn't seem to work.
> You're asking a lot of questions, so you're running the risk that people
> will assume your earlier questions have been overtaken by the later ones. It
> may be better to take a little more care formulating your questions to get
> the information you really need.
> This kind of question is very difficult to answer. There's basically nothing
> wrong with the code you've shown us. But you've only shown us a tiny
> fragment, so there are any number of things you might have done wrong. And
> saying "it doesn't seem to work" is really unhelpful. What happened exactly?
> The trick in asking questions that get a good answer on this (or any other)
> forum is to be concise but complete. Cut your example down to the minimum
> but then present it in full, so that anyone could run it if they chose. And
> don't say "it didn't work", say exactly what you did and exactly what
> happened (error messages, blank output, etc), in enough detail so that
> people can try it out on their own system and see if they get the same
> Oh, and do try to avoid changing the question as soon as you get an answer.
> It makes people feel that it's not worth bothering.
> Michael Kay