[xep-support] Getting table column index for cell

Bill Henning Bill.Henning at AntaresSolutions.com
Thu Jul 24 12:32:14 PDT 2003

Is there any good way to find the column index for a table cell while performing an XSLT transformation?  This index should properly take into account row and column spans of previous cells.  

I have developed some complex XSLT code that looks at the current and previous table rows for row and column spans and adjusts the column index of the current table cell context node appropriately.  The problem is that I only check one row back.  And much more complicated code would be required to check further.  I'm open to any ideas.


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