No, sorry, this information is not sent to the trace
listener. The select expression on the xsl:value-of instruction should be
available, but not its result.
Michael Kay schrieb:
Okay - thank you! It works
good if I get the source path from the startCurrentItem() method.
At the time the trace listener is notified of the entry
to a for-each, the context node is the node used as the context node for
evaluating the select expression on the for-each - that is, the outer
context, not the inner context. It then calls startCurrentItem and
leaveCurrentItem for each item processed by the
have again an other problem to get the real nodes, that will be used by the
value-of command. Is there a possibility to get this? I only get the context
of the for-each around the value-of. This might be a little bit more tricky,
cause the result of the value-of could be a string or something, too.. I need
the node/node-set that is visited by the value-of.
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