RE: exclude result prefixes doesn't stop prefix from s
> > I simply want to control the prefixing so that its consistent > throughout > the document. I'm not trying to change the namespace. I'm trying to > maintain the same namespace and prefixing across both the source and > result documents. OK, I understand it better now. In theory, XSLT gives you no control over the prefix used by the serializer in the result document. In practice, however, processors will use the "original" prefix if they can. The cases where they have difficulty doing this are (a) if you have used two different prefixes for the same namespace (e.g. one in the stylesheet and one in the source document - one might be the default prefix "") or (b) if you have used two different namespaces with the same prefix (usually ""). Michael Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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