You want "the elements for which a is something and b is something else", right? So that'sIf you say out loud what you want, usually you will find the XPath is very similar to what you said. [ November 04, 2007: Message edited by: Paul Clapham ]
I have never heard of Jaxon, but if it doesn't support basic features of XPath then it's not worth using. I notice in the XPath Recommendation that they use "and" for "and". You could try that instead of "AND".