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I think possibly the wildcard double slash is confusing it...the double
slash tells it to find scopecontent anywhere in the document; even when
you put it in the middle of a string as you have it here, it's still an
anywhere-in-the-document match (see "Navigating nodes" at
http://builder.com.com/5100-6371-1044797-2.html ).  If you take out
the double slash, it works fine.  Given that a scopecontent can only
appear in a c0# or in another scopecontent, you may not need that double
slash.

Michele

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Michele R. Combs
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>>> [log in to unmask] 2/6/2007 1:01 PM >>>
I keep getting an ambiguous rule match error here and I am not
understanding how these two statements are not opposites:

<xsl:template match='* [@level="series" or
@level="subseries"]//scopecontent'>

            <p>
                  <xsl:apply-templates/>
            </p>
</xsl:template>

<xsl:template match='* [not (@level="series" or
@level="subseries")]//scopecontent'>

            <font size="-1" color="gray">
                  <xsl:apply-templates/>
            </font>
</xsl:template>

Thank you,
Lynn