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Patty-  Which stylesheet are you using to process the rest of the 
finding aid?  It's probably just a matter of calling the module or 
putting daogrp in context.  If you want to contact me off list, feel free.

-- 
Mark Carlson
Computer Support Analyst
Special Collections Division
University of Washington Libraries
BOX 352900
Seattle, WA, 98195
(206) 543-1929
http://staff.washington.edu/carlsonm/

Patricia Rettig wrote:
> After searching the listserv archive and the Internet, and combing
> through various best practices documents, I have come a few steps closer
> to encoding a <daogrp> and getting it to display, but I must be missing
> something.
> 
> My xml code:
> 
> <c03 level="file">
> <did>
>     <container type="box">10</container>
>     <container type="folder">1</container>
>     <unittitle> Cache la Poudre Basin Study Extension. Executive
> Summary</unittitle>
>     <unitdate>1990 December</unitdate>
> /did>
> <daogrp linktype="extended">
> <resource label="start">VIEW OBJECT</resource>
> <daoloc href="http://digital.library.colostate.edu/u?/cowaters,2483"
> label="image" title="executive summary" linktype="locator" role="text">
> </daoloc>
> <arc from="start" to="image" show="new" linktype="arc"
> actuate="onrequest"/>
> </daogrp>
> </c03>
> 
> As far as I can tell, this is the current recommendation (over <dao>),
> and it doesn't matter where it goes (in or out of the <did>, etc.). The
> xsl code I am trying (among others) is from
> http://staff.washington.edu/carlsonm/daogrp.xsl. (Though I only need a
> small part, I'm trying the whole thing.) Can't get it to work.
> Suggestions or other xsl snippets much appreciated!
> 
> Thanks!
> Patty