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I am a newbie to XSLT and would really appreciate some help.. All I am trying to do is add up the Risk factors and render it. Each risk factor is associated with a number - Critical : 5, Caution : 4, On Track : 3. So each of the following risks : Resource Risk, Cost Risk has a corresponding risk factor. Ex: Resource Risk - Critical, Cost Risk - On Track. This is the data avaialbe in the XML doc. For this example, I need to just add up 5 + 3 and display a column with the value 8.

I am new to XSLT.. Can anyone give me pointers?

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