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[EP-tech] Re: epc:if tests for the existence of values in a compound field
- Subject: [EP-tech] Re: epc:if tests for the existence of values in a compound field
- From: Ian.Stuart at ed.ac.uk (Ian Stuart)
- Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2015 11:43:10 +0000
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On 25/02/15 09:26, Ian Stuart wrote:
> I'm writing a citation schema, and when it comes to compound fields, I
> don't want to have a table with just the column headings.
> I tried
> <epc:if test="creator"><epc:print expr="creator" /></epc:if>
> <epc:if test="!(creator)"><epc:phrase ref="eprint_field_nodata"
> ... but this doesn't seem to work
> (and yes, I've restarted the server..... but that shouldn't make a
> difference for a generate-static)
> I'm getting no errors from the xml file, and if I add in a sneaky <hr />
> them that appears in the re-built page.
> How do I avoid rendering these empty tables?
I've ended up using a combination of Adam's <epc:choose> and Gilles'
Works in both Eprints 3.2 & 3.3
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