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Group & Sum Using XSLT

Aryan Khan
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Joined: Sep 12, 2004
Posts: 290

Hi,
How can I sum the PaymentAmount grouped by PaymentType. So the output for the following xml will be as:
DEBITS: 19200.00
CREDITS: 25567.00
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<Transaction>
<Payment>
PaymentDetails>
<PaymentType>CREDIT</PaymentType>
<PaymentAmount>19000.00</PaymentAmount>
</PaymentDetails>
<PaymentDetails>
<PaymentType>DEBIT</PaymentType>
<PaymentAmount>12000.00</PaymentAmount>
</PaymentDetails>
<PaymentDetails>
<PaymentType>DEBIT</PaymentType>
<PaymentAmount>13567.00</PaymentAmount>
</PaymentDetails>
<PaymentDetails>
<PaymentType>CREDIT</PaymentType>
<PaymentAmount>200.00</PaymentAmount>
</PaymentDetails>
</Payment>
</Transaction>

Thanks


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Paul Clapham
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Joined: Oct 14, 2005
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Here is a page on various grouping techniques in XSLT.
Aryan Khan
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Joined: Sep 12, 2004
Posts: 290

Still unable to figure out!
Here is what I want -- Sum of an element based on the value of its sibling.
Requirement:
Check the value of PaymentType ;if Credit, add to a variable, if Debit to some other variable. Variable re-assignment not possible. I am looking into recursion.
Appreciate if you can share you experience/expertise.
Thanks.
Paul Clapham
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Isn't that just something like this?
Aryan Khan
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Joined: Sep 12, 2004
Posts: 290

Hi Paul,
Thanks alot. It worked perfectly.
I tried the same thing but like:
sum(/Transaction/Payment/PaymentDetails/PaymentAmount[/Transaction/Payment/PaymentDetails/PaymentType='CREDIT'])
Instead of
sum(/Transaction/Payment/PaymentDetails/PaymentAmount[../PaymentType='CREDIT'])
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So does this mean that the path in predicates are not relative to template but sort of current context or the xpath they belong to?
Thank you again!
Ahmad
Paul Clapham
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That's a good question. Yes, relative paths in an XPath expression are relative to the context node. (And not relative to the node the predicate is applied to, as I wrongly implied in my example.)
 
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