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Keyword xsl:key may not be used here.

 
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Hi:
I am trying to use keys to group my data in stylelist but i m getting the following error??
msxml2.dll error '80004005'
Keyword xsl:key may not be used here.
Please help asap
Thanks,
 
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Most likely your xsl:key element is misplaced. Could you post a part of your stylesheet here?
 
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The <xsl:key> element is a top-level element which declares a named key that can be used in the style sheet with the key() function.
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http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/el_key.asp
 
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