RE: encoding shift_jis into an attribute
> What I want is to work around this feature and get the > numeric character > reference representation within an href attribute. This may be a bad > idea for a general web page or general URI, but makes sense in my > application. If I change href to anything else, it leaves the numeric > character references, but then of course my links don't work. I found > references on the web that this is a feature of Saxon that > can be turned > off, but I can't figure out how. > There is a standard XSLT 2.0 feature on xsl:output to disable URI escaping, which is available in Saxon 7.9. In Saxon 6.5.3 you can set saxon:disable-output-escaping="yes" on xsl:attribute See http://saxon.sourceforge.net/saxon6.5.3/extensions.html#output Michael Kay
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