Re: Canonical XML
Yes, some kind of canonicalization sounds like what you want. If you have qnames in content (E.g., like xslt), then you need exc-c14n. Do you have to care about namespace declarations moving? <foo xmlns:tns="...."> <tns:xxx>... compared to <foo> <tns:xxx xmlns:tns="....">... If not, then a simple expat-based processor that sorted attributes and always wrote closing tags will probably work fine. /r$ -- Rich Salz Chief Security Architect DataPower Technology http://www.datapower.com This address will be going away; please use rsalz@u...
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