XPath,XSL: Test if node exists which has multiple children with special attributes
I am trying to find a way to do operations based on whether there exists a node which has two children with special attributes. So given this data: <A> <B attribute1="X"/> <B attribute2="Y"/> </A> <A> <B/> </A> I only want to get true if there exists an element A which has one element B with attribute1="X" and one element B with attribute2="Y", like in the data example. So my start was <xsl:if test="(boolean(//A/B[#attribute1='X'] and B[#attribute2='Y'))"> This does not work, and the best I could do so far is to evaluate if there is one Node A1 with a child that has attribute1 = X and one Node A2 with a child that has attribute2 = Y, but A1 and A2 can be different Nodes.
'boolean(//A[B[#attribute1="X"] and B[#attribute2="Y"]])'
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