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RE: merging xml files

javascript merge xml
> Must you use XSLT? A nifty JavaScript version of this has 
> recently been 
> posted at
> http://disruptive-innovations.com/zoo/20040830/HTMLoverlays.html

Well it might be nifty, but it's all about browsers and HTML, which weren't
mentioned in the question.

Michael Kay

> .micah
> Pankaj Rathi wrote:
> >Hi all.
> >
> >I am another newb to xsl. I have a small task - I have read 
> a primer book
> >and looks like this is possible. 
> >
> >The task is to merge two xml files. 
> >
> >Scenario is like this:
> >File A might or might not have node X. XSLT should get the 
> node X from file
> >B and put it file A(either add or modify at the right place)
> >
> >Pointer to any existing examples of this kindof work will be 
> highly helpful.
> >
> >Many thanks in anticipation.
> >  
> >
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