RE: Transformation of
Hi, You mean you have placeholders for various variables inside the main variable? Then use parameters to fill them in when running your stylesheet. HTH, <prs/> -----Original Message----- From: news@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:news@xxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Friday, February 11, 2005 5:21 AM To: 'xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx' Subject: Transformation of Hello List, I have the following XML in form of a variable: input: <XML> <item>vlue</item> <item>%special value%</item> <item>vlue</item> <item>%special value%</item> <unkown_items/> <unkown_items/> </XML> I want to transform the variable into another variable, having all <item>s values which contain a '%' changed into other values. (like "super special value" instead of "%special value%") My problem is, that there are planty of unknown items in the variable that I dont know and that might change. But I want the XML structure to stay as it is, and just replace some items values. output: <XML> <item>vlue</item> <item>super special value</item> <item>vlue</item> <item>super special value</item> <unkown_items/> <unkown_items/> </XML> How can I do this? thanks! Jan
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