Re: ANN: SAX Filters for Namespace Processing
"Simon St.Laurent" wrote: > >From my perspective, they're not equivalent. From another perspective, > they are equivalent. See: > http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2001/05/30/deviant.html > > I'm basically attempting to build a bridge from a practice I don't like > to a practice I do like. What if you have something like this: <p:person xmlns:p="http://yadda" xmlns:q="http://blah"> <q:identifier>1234</q:identifier> <firstName>Albert</firstName> <lastName>Einstein</lastName> </p:person> Does the filter use the prefix of the containing element, or will it get confused? --Tom -- Tom Bradford --- The dbXML Project --- http://www.dbxml.org/ We store your XML data a hell of a lot better than /dev/null
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