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Re: XLink question

  • From: THOMAS PASSIN <tpassin@i...>
  • To: <xml-dev@x...>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 08:42:47 -0400

Re: XLink question
DuCharme, Robert  asked-
> > I want the ability to replace an element in one XML document with
> >the contents of another XML document while parsing. Basically the element
> >being replaced is described in an XML document of it's own. What's the
> >way to achieve this, if at all possible? Is XLink meant for doing things
> >like this? Any pointers/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
X2X will actually do replacement like this.  The example that comes with the
demo version replaces a paragraph. X2X is at:


Setting up to run the examples, and figuring out just what was going on, was
a bit tricky, but it does do the XLINK stuff.  This may not be exactly the
same as doing it during parsing as you wanted, but take a look anyway.


Tom Passin

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