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Home » Tip Bank » XML » XSLT
Language: Web
Expertise: Intermediate
Jun 21, 2000

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Back-Referencing A Matched Element

You can use the dot operator (.) in XSL transformation stylesheets to refer to, effectively, "whatever element was just identified."

Let's say you had this template in a stylesheet:

 
<xsl:template match="dialog/title"> 
Say you also wanted such elements to be converted to dialogTitle elements. You could do it by fleshing out your template like this:
 
<xsl:template match="dialog/title">
<dialogTitle>
<xsl:value-of select=".">
</dialogTitle> 

Note that the dot has to be in quotes. Here it refers to the title element inside the dialog element.

Manoj K.
 
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