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Counting nodes using xsl:key

 
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Hi Ranchers,

I have the following xml data.


I need to generate the count of teachers and doctors for each state i.e., the output xml should look like the following.



I wrote a xslt file to group the number of nodes based on location.



However I am not able to add another level of grouping to this xslt to group nodes based on profession (in addition to location). Something like using two group by clauses in a sql query. Any ideas or suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Basu
 
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Have you tried something like this? (completely off my head and untested and not garunteed...)


That's just a guess at something you could try.
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