XSL Question Please Help Sorry I'm still learning

I would hope anyone can help me understand a certain problem I am currently having with a small piece of code. I would be very grateful if anyone could give me some ideas on how I could structure my XSL template to produce an output similar to the following table given the attached Test.xml source. I seem to be using for-each and the priority attribute but cant pinpoint where to place it correctly.

View the Test.xml source at :
http://atbgm.o-f.com/Test.xml


ASXCode Company Name Company Statistics/Interim Dates Annual Balance Sheet/Cash

RWS Rothbury Wines Limited -- 99,000

OCO Oriel Communications Limited 12/2002 97,065

NRL Newland Resources Limited 12/2002 95,143

MCL M2M Corporation Limited 12/2002 95,033

SUP Supersorb Environment NL 12/2002 94,328





Any help would be much appreciated. Kind regards,

Gavin.

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  • SORRY THE TEST.XML FILE IS AT
    http://www.angelfire.com/pro/atbgmxsl/Test.xml

    : I would hope anyone can help me understand a certain problem I am currently having with a small piece of code. I would be very grateful if anyone could give me some ideas on how I could structure my XSL template to produce an output similar to the following table given the attached Test.xml source. I seem to be using for-each and the priority attribute but cant pinpoint where to place it correctly.
    :
    : View the Test.xml source at :
    : http://atbgm.o-f.com/Test.xml
    :
    :
    : ASXCode Company Name Company Statistics/Interim Dates Annual Balance Sheet/Cash
    :
    : RWS Rothbury Wines Limited -- 99,000
    :
    : OCO Oriel Communications Limited 12/2002 97,065
    :
    : NRL Newland Resources Limited 12/2002 95,143
    :
    : MCL M2M Corporation Limited 12/2002 95,033
    :
    : SUP Supersorb Environment NL 12/2002 94,328
    :
    :
    :
    :
    :
    : Any help would be much appreciated. Kind regards,
    :
    : Gavin.
    :
    :

  • : I would hope anyone can help me understand a certain problem I am currently having with a small piece of code. I would be very grateful if anyone could give me some ideas on how I could structure my XSL template to produce an output similar to the following table given the attached Test.xml source. I seem to be using for-each and the priority attribute but cant pinpoint where to place it correctly.
    :
    : View the Test.xml source at :
    : http://atbgm.o-f.com/Test.xml
    :
    :
    : ASXCode Company Name Company Statistics/Interim Dates Annual Balance Sheet/Cash
    :
    : RWS Rothbury Wines Limited -- 99,000
    :
    : OCO Oriel Communications Limited 12/2002 97,065
    :
    : NRL Newland Resources Limited 12/2002 95,143
    :
    : MCL M2M Corporation Limited 12/2002 95,033
    :
    : SUP Supersorb Environment NL 12/2002 94,328


    Apparently your web host doesn't allow you to link directly to non-html files.


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