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HI,
I have a problem. Consider the xml below. I want to display all the companies having salesdept or ITdept, in this example companies ABC and XYZ. Could anyone tell me how to do this filtering using xsl.
<database>
<company name="ABC">
<salesdept>
some data
</salesdept>
<ITdept>
some data
</ITdept>
</company>
<company name="XYZ">
<salesdept>
some data
</salesdept>
</company>
<company name="PPP">
<mftgdept>
some data
</mftgdept>
</company>
</database>
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This might work for you :
<xsl:template match=COMPANY[salesdept|ITdept]>
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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