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[xsl] selecting all text between two nodes

From: Lynn Alford <lynn.alford@---------->
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Date: 9/7/2005 5:14:00 AM
I'm looking at transforming some xml  that can include linking information as



 <tx.p style="FD108">Lorem ipsum dolor <tx.hyperlink id="FD144" end="FD145">

            <locator_url 
file_name="/courses/handbooks/2005/150_admission.html" 
host_name="www.jcu.edu.au" protocol="http"/>

            <locator_bookmark bookmark_name="title_31161"/>

          </tx.hyperlink>

          <tx.r style="FD113">penatibus et magnis </tx.r>

          <tx.hyperlink_end id="FD145" begin="FD144"/>

dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.

 </tx.p>




        <tx.r style="FD206">

                    <tx.hyperlink id="FD213" end="FD214">

                      <locator_url file_name="/app/contact/index.cfm" 
host_name="www.jcu.edu.au" protocol="http"/>

                    </tx.hyperlink>

                  </tx.r>

                  <tx.r style="FD207">Student Administration 
(8781)<tx.hyperlink_end id="FD214" begin="FD213"/>

                  </tx.r>




to be transformed to



<ulink 
url="http://www.jcu.edu.au/courses/handbooks/2005/150_admission.html#title_31161">

penatibus et magnis </ulink>



<ulink url="http:www.jcu.edu.au//app/contact/index.cfm" id="FD213">Student 
Administration (8781) </ulink>



which means I want to open a ulink - copy all text that appears between the 
<tx.hyperlink> and the <tx.hyperlink_end> then close the ulink.







I can get as far as



<ulink url="http:www.jcu.edu.au/app/contact/index.cfm" id="FD213">



                    </ulink>



                  Student Administration (8781)<ulink_end/>



But that really isn't very good.







Lynn Alford                             Tel     (07) 47 81 6256
ITR                                     Email:  imla@xxxxxxxxxx
JCU QLD 4811 Australia          ICQ: 64096907
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