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RE: [xsl] How to test if a node is a descendant of a specific ancestor
Date: 4/26/2001 7:18:00 AM
> Then I have a template rule in an XSL file that looks like > the following: > > <xsl:template match="//string"> > .......Pseudo code: > <test if the current context node is a descendant of head-row> > <p class="head-row">some content</p> > </test> > > <test if the current context node is a descendant of body-row> > <p class="body-row">some content</p> > </test> > ........... > > > How can I test this? > <xsl:if test="ancestor::head-row">... Alternatively, have two separate template rules, and write xsl:template match="head-row//string" or xsl:template match="body-row//string" Michael Kay Software AG P.S. I have just received my copies of XSLT Programmer's Reference 2nd Edition from the printers, so if you have a copy on order, you should be getting it soon. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list