I have a problem that I can't quite solve, despite diligent digging via google, the W3C, and here on the forums.
I have an XML file that consists of todo items. Each item contains "attributes" that have a name, type, and value. I'm trying to get a sub-set of this information out so that I can display it on a Web page for tracking them. The closest I've gotten so far is a stylesheet that displays ALL the attributes--but I really only want the datedue and title.
Here's a snippet of the XML:
<object type="TODO" id="1">
<attribute name="datecompleted" type="date">292818951.40109300613403320312</attribute>
<attribute name="datedue" type="date">292748400.00000000000000000000</attribute>
<attribute name="title" type="string">Do something</attribute>
<attribute name="identifier" type="string">C6F2D32C-0A5A</attribute>
Here's my utterly failed XSLT:
<xsl:stylesheet version = '1.0' xmlns:xsl='http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform'>
I can't for the life of me figure out how to get just the two types of attributes (name="title" and name="datedue") out