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It's probably better to submit XSLT coding questions on the xsl-list at
Unfortunately I can't see what you're doing wrong; it's very hard to debug
people's code when they don't include it in the posting. Also, you need to
be clear whether the output you show is what you want to generate, or what
you want to see displayed by an HTML browser.
Your transformation is a very simple one, so you must be making a quite
elementary mistake somewhere.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wo Chang [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: 20 February 2002 17:06
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [xml-dev] simple xslt question
> This should be a simple XSLT question. If I have the following xml:
> <Name>Steve White</Name>
> <Street>123 Main Road</Street>
> which I would like to see the output as:
> Steve White, firstname.lastname@example.org
> 123 Main Road
> Mycity, CA 12345
> I could use template: <xsl:template match="Name"> to get the name
> and another tempate to get the Email, but when it gets to the Email,
> the address is already processed or printed. I have tried to "copy"
> as well as "copy-of" but they just copy the element with and without
> the children. I also tried with the xpath starting from the
> "/" but no go.
> I could also use variable to hold all the values and then
> print them out,
> but my real xml is quite long and don't think using variables
> would help.
> Any idea how should I go about?
> Thanks in advanced.
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