The use= attribute is calculated relative to the node matched.
You are matching on title so you need to express use= as relative to
the title element.
BTW, the use of text() may happen to work but it is a bad habit to
get into. So very (very!) rarely have I ever needed to use
text(). If you want the text value of an element, simply address the element.
I hope this helps.
. . . . . . . . Ken
At 2012-03-22 16:10 -0500, russurquhart1(_at_)verizon(_dot_)net wrote:
I am trying to use a key to return the errata_section title
elements, given the device_name element attached to the parent errata_section.
The structure is like the following:
<title>Bug title 1</title>
As several devices maybe addressed in a given errata_section
element, i was trying to write a key to pull out, for a given
device, ALL the errata_section titles that impact this device name.
(Ideally for inclusion into a table based on the device name.
I wrote the following thinking this might work:
<xsl:key name="bugtitlekey" match="errata_section/title"
<xsl:value-of select="key('bugtitlekey', 'Mod4')/text()"/>
I don't get any output when i try this. I thought my key def was ok.
Do i need to go deeper per each errata_section element?
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