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Subject: Substituting value in XML Attribute
From: "Raj Avula" <raj_avula@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2001 10:39:37 -0800
substitute a value in xml
    I am writing XSLT to convert one form of XML to other form. I have to
read an attribute from the source XML file and substitute the value into
Attribute value of target XML File.


Source XML
    <Customer ID="A001">

target XML
    <MYCustomer ID="A001">

If I write XSL like this
<xsl:variable name="myvar" select="@ID"/>
<MYCustomer ID="$myvar">

the result is comming as
    <MYCustomer ID="$myvar">

    But I want to substitute the variable into ID attribute.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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