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Default How can I get the element node of an attribute

Hi,
I want to know how can I get the element node of an attribute.
Suppose that I have the following XML file:
<ELEMENT A1="a" A2="b"/>
<ELEMENT A1="c" A2="d"/>
If the current context is the attribute A2 with value "d" (the second node), how can I get the node.


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Use the ancestor axis. Your XPath would be
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Or even simpler the parent axis:
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<xsl:template match="@*">
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