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Subject: RE: question
From: Manpreet Singh <singhm@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2004 13:47:20 +0530
RE:  question
hi,
  Use &lt in place of < in your xml.
Regards
Manpreet

-----Original Message-----
From: Juliet Despi [mailto:jdespi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, November 05, 2004 1:44 PM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  question


hello,

    I am pretty new to xml and xsl.

    I have an xml file in the following format:
    <ne_resp cmd="show port counters">
        <line>Rx 64b< <128b  :           0 |TxSingleCollPkt:
0</line>
    <ne_resp>

    I want to ouput an xml by using XSLT.

    And this is my desired output:
    <ne_resp cmd="show port counters">
         <row>
             <col name="Rx 64b< <128b">0</col>
             <col name="TxSingleCollPkt">0</col>
         </row>
    </ne_resp>

Unfortunately, I got this error:
    parser error : StartTag: invalid element name in analyzing the xml file
due to '<' in "Rx 64b< <128b"

How can I make the start tag '<', a literal character '<' so that I may able
to acquire my desired output?

Thanks in advance,
Juliet

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