XPath only works from the context of an actual element in the document. UFE elements are generated text and don't actually exist as far as the XML Document Object Model is concerned. So unfortunately, you cannot use it as you are describing.
John Dreystadt Software Development Director Arbortext - PTC 734-352-2835 -
I see from John's reply that this doesn't work directly. But maybe you could apply the XPath test at the point where you insert the UFE, and insert different UFE's depending on whether the original context has an
Depending upon your document structure, you could also use the FOSI-only method of setting a text variable in the <schedule> e-i-c. Then you could use an <att> in whatever e-i-c(s) you need the 10.5pt override to test for the existence of or value of the text variable.