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Old May 22nd, 2007, 08:33 AM
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Default Filtering out from a node set

How do I restrict a collection of data, excluding elements held by another node set?

Main XML Document
Code:
<premount row="14">
    <det_code>ABA</det_code>
</premount>
<premount row="21">
    <det_code>DAA</det_code>
</premount>
(further inside the document)

Code:
<result>
    <det_code>YTY</det_code>
    <cust_code>Customer A</cust_code>
</result>
<result>
    <det_code>DAA</det_code>
    <cust_code>Customer A</cust_code>
</result>
My failing XSL snippet
Code:
<xsl:for-each select="//result[cust_code='Customer A'][det_code=not(//premount/det_code)]">
(I'm expecting <premount row="21"> to be excluded)
Code:
</xsl:for-each>
I've tried:
Code:
[not(det_code=//premount/det_code)]
Code:
[det_code!=//premount/det_code]
Thanks in advance,
Carl

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This one (which you said you tried) is correct:

[not(det_code=//premount/det_code)]



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