XSLT SUM  IF example

Posted on 2011-05-02
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Thank you for taking the time to look at my question.

Essentially I have the following XSL:

and what I want to do is if account=16 and trpaymentdate > 20091231 and trpaymentdate is <=20100131 sum of all tr_toagency and sum of all tr_to_client and then sum these two figures together.

Could someone please help with how the XSLT sheet would look?  Once I see how you go about that I can then fill in what I need to.

Many thank you's in advance.
Question by:mavmanau
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Please test the following template, I guess it's that you need
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform">
	<xsl:template match="/">
		<xsl:variable name="scope" select="/clientdemo/transaction[account = 16 and tr_payment_date &gt; 20091231 and tr_payment_date &lt;= 20100131]"/>
		<xsl:value-of select="sum($scope/tr_to_agency) + sum($scope/tr_to_client)"/>

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many thank you's I think I can work out most of what I need from there except for one more quick question that I forgot to include as part of original.  Say I am feeding in a value for clientrowid.  When the page first loads, this is of course blank, but if the user clicks on a row above this particular section and selects a particular clientrowid that is then fed into the XSLT page, how would I then make it choose to only do the ones with that particular ClientROWid...say for example it is 2??

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ID: 35509733
that works perfect though, the first part you have given me.

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ID: 35509934
Thank you!! very appreciative, very quickly done too!!
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You welcome. So, did you figure out how to feed an input id value?

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i think so...I am trying at the moment!

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