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XSLT and XPath questions would be better posted to the following list:
There are a number of subscribers who would enthusiastically respond to
There is also an *excellent* FAQ at:
At 2003-09-04 18:13 +0200, Alejandro López wrote:
>Does anybody know if there is a way in xpath to know the absolute path of a
>node in order to use with transformation functions?
I'm not sure what you mean by "know the absolute path of a node" ... do you
mean a report of all nodes of an XML document? You can loop through
ancestors of a node and report the node name at each level of the tree.
Perhaps if you could rephrase your question with an example, then when you
post it to the XSLT list, you might get a more meaningful response.
I hope this helps.
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