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Removing nodes based on a element

 
Raj Murthy
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Need to remove duplicates in a xml file based on a element's value.
Just use the first node with the element in the resulting list;

Here is a sample xml:



The result needs to be:

Title1 Tom
Title3 Jim

In this case use the first occurance of the 'Author' element.
How can i accomplish this in xslt?
Any hints on which xsl functions i can use for this?

Thanks in Advance,
Rajiv
[ December 28, 2005: Message edited by: Rajiv Rangarajan ]
 
Paul Clapham
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Consider the answer to the identical question posted on the Sun forum.
 
Raj Murthy
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Paul,
Yes, I did find the solution for the xml I posted
I have listed the same below for anyone interested.



Cheers,
Rajiv
 
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