Same name sibling elements

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ameyzzin
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Same name sibling elements

Post by ameyzzin » Tue Feb 15, 2005 1:54 am

How can i write a single XSL that will get cpad from under cpadPtAddr and cpad from under cpadPtAddrFlr and output it top a pipe delimited text file.

IO have two xsls that can do this seperately but match template works only for either cpadptAddr or cpadPtAddrFLr

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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<te>
<add>
<alp>45</alp>
<aun>01</aun>
<seq>401C</seq>
<apr/>
<asu/>
<alo>6802</alo>
<ahi>6811</ahi>
<loF>1</loF>
<hiF>15</hiF>
<asn>RUSTICA</asn>
<ri>1</ri>
<con>0</con>
<cn>65</cn>
<city>
<cinm>WESTMINSTER</cinm>
</city>
<zip>
<code>21158</code>
<cmt>2</cmt>
</zip>
<urb>
<unm/>
</urb>
<st>
<stnm>MD</stnm>
</st>
<typ>CIR</typ>
<rla>0</rla>
<cds>0</cds>
<rlex>
<ri>2</ri>
<stnm>6804</stnm>
</rlex>
<cpadPtAddr>
<cpadStrNum>6804</cpadStrNum>
<CPaD>
<cpadMsgID>4</cpadMsgID>
<cpadMsgType>20</cpadMsgType>
<cpadExtMsg>ENTERTHECODE</cpadExtMsg>
<cpadNAP>100</cpadNAP>
<cpadDIADDecides>0</cpadDIADDecides>
<cpadDays>0111111</cpadDays>
<cpadStartDate/>
<cpadEndDate/>
</CPaD>
</cpadPtAddr>
<cpadPtAddrFlr>
<cpadStrNum>6804</cpadStrNum>
<cpadFlr>15</cpadFlr>
<CPaD>
<cpadMsgID>15</cpadMsgID>
<cpadMsgType>20</cpadMsgType>
<cpadExtMsg>BRING BACK</cpadExtMsg>
<cpadNAP>100</cpadNAP>
<cpadDIADDecides>0</cpadDIADDecides>
<cpadDays>0111111</cpadDays>
<cpadStartDate/>
<cpadEndDate/>
</CPaD>
</cpadPtAddrFlr>
</add>
</te>

george
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Post by george » Tue Feb 15, 2005 12:23 pm

Hi,

It is not clear what output you are expecting nor what is exactly the problem you encountered. You can match on both of cpadPtAddr and cpadPtAddrFlr elements if you use something like match="cpadPtAddr | cpadPtAddrFlr" in an xsl template.
If that does not help please provide more details like current stylesheet, expeced output.

Best Regards,
George

ameyzzin
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Post by ameyzzin » Wed Feb 16, 2005 1:17 am

Thanks george ,i need to OR it like you suggested..sorry for not being clear abt my doubts...i got it working

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