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  1. Ok, so the long post didn't go over too well with anybody, fortunately I've figured out A solution on my own... Ish. If someone could give me a nudge in the right direction I'd be eternally grateful! If anyone wants to look at the structure of what I'm dealing with, it's in my previous post from a few days ago. So the following { let $doc := . for $v in $doc//root/Row, $t in $doc//root/Row/tracknumber/text() where matches($t, 'THIS IS THE UPC-01') and $v/tracknumber/text() = $t return $v/UPC/text() } Will do what I want. If I make a single field that combines the UPC
  2. Hello! So, first off I'm not really a "real" programmer. I handle a lot of tech stuff at the company I'm with though, and I'm pretty good at dabbling. I usually figure out how to do what I need to do when I need to do it, and I rarely can't figure things out! I know plenty of HTML, how to work with CSS style sheets, all kinds of fancy Excel formulas, a bit of XML etc. (Note there are a few tweaks to this post that might not seem to "flow well" with the rest as I've posted it elsewhere first and didn't get much back, but I have figured our a few more things) Sooo, the thing is, I now kind of ne
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