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I was using this code to do a for-each loop inside my stylesheet:
<xsl:for-each select="document('')//my:days/day">

However, now I cannot get back to the original source document to retrieve values. Using /, // or keys no longer works. Is there a way to do this without creating a variable of where I was and resorting to node-set or xslt 2.0?

Or is this an application bug? Using XMLSpy 2006.

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One way is the put your doc reference into a template.



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Create a global variable that refers to the principal source document

<xsl:variable name="root" select="/"/>

or if necessary a local variable that refers to your specific context.

You don't need the node-set() extension for this.

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