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Re: [xsl] Restraining specific words from an element to display

From: Armen Martirossian <armmarti@--------->
Date: 8/18/2003 10:01:00 PM
Ok Joseph,
try to post both XML doc and the full XSLT stylesheet,
then we'll be able to analyze it in the whole. And
also clarify what you mean by "want to remove": do you
want to copy all the stuff into output except the
elements having the specified content?

--- Joseph Tan <Joseph.Tan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Tried that but it didn't work.  Weird!
> JT
> >>> armmarti@xxxxxxxxx Saturday, August 16, 2003
> 12:54:24 AM >>>
> --- Joseph Tan <Joseph.Tan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> > I would like to remove "ONLINELIB' , 'JOURNALS --'
> > and 'LIBWEBSITE --".  I am able to remove
> > but not the other two.  What's wrong with the
> code?
> ...
> In the following XPath expression you missed the 
> space before dashes: must be "text()!='JOURNALS --'
> and text()!='LIBWEBSITE --'" instead of
> "text()!='JOURNALS--' and text()!='LIBWEBSITE--'"
> > 		<xsl:for-each
> > select="MR870/MR870c[text()!='ONLINELIB' and
> > text()!='JOURNALS--' and text()!='LIBWEBSITE--'] |
> > MR870/MR870a[text()!='ONLINELIB']">
> > 			<xsl:value-of select="."/><xsl:text>
> </xsl:text>
> > 		</xsl:for-each>
> ...
> I think that will solve the problem, since you say
> that it works for "ONLINELIB".
> Regards,
> Armen
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