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RE: [xsl] Get a property of another node

From: Jarno.Elovirta@---------
Date: 5/28/2003 3:18:00 AM

Use the parent axis <> to walk to ROW and then attribute axis to select the num attribute.


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From: ext Moln&aacute;r &Aacute;gnes [mailto:agi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 28 May, 2003 14:08
To: xsl
Subject: [xsl] Get a property of another node


I have the following XML:

        <ROW num='1'>
        <ROW num='2'>

When I'm in the "other" node with my XSL, I need the "num" of the ROW. How can I get this propery with an xsl:value-of?
Thanks for all,

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