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Subject: RE: [xsl] assigning value to xsl:variable using xsl:number
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 23:05:35 -0000

> I am trying to convet one xml into html.
> If i use
> xslt i get correct xml result. but if i try same logic
> with xsl I dont

We all know what XSLT is, but what exactly do you mean by "xsl"? The term is
sometimes used to mean XSLT; it's sometimes used to mean XSL-FO, and it's
sometimes used to mean the old 1998 Microsoft WD-xsl dialect.

If you're trying to get something working under WD-xsl, there are few people
on this list who will admit to knowing anything about it...

Michael Kay
http://www.saxonica.com/


> 
> <xsl:variable name="listcount">
>    <xsl:number level = "multiple" 
>           count = "/doc/Attribute./@name=$attrname2]
>                    /List/ListMember" format="1" />
> </xsl:variable>
> 
> This works in xslt but not in xsl. means I get proper
> value of listcount. is there any work around?
> 
> TIA.
> 
> Prashant
> 
> Here is the xml I am using.-
>  <doc>
>  <Attribute name="ECNType" type="List">
>  <List>
>   <ListMember>Non-Bom Change</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>Bom Change</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>Initial Release</ListMember> 
>   </List>
>   </Attribute>
>  <Attribute name="ECNNumber" type="List">
>  <List>
>   <ListMember>ECN100001</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>ECN100002</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>ECN100003</ListMember> 
>   </List>
>   </Attribute>
>  <Attribute name="RFQNumber" type="List">
>  <List>
>   <ListMember>RFQ12002</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>RFQ11001</ListMember> 
>   <ListMember>RFQ12343</ListMember> 
>   </List>
>   </Attribute>
>   </doc>
> 
> 
> 
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