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Subject: Re: creating top-level elements from within child elements
From: omprakash.v@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 22 Feb 2005 18:47:02 +0530
top level elements
Hi,
    You say you want your output to be

<A>
<A1>
<A2/>
</A1>
</A>


Iam no great wiz in XSLT but I know as much that if you want a single A1
around your <A2/> you would need to wrap A1 around your apply-templates
like this
<A1><xsl:apply-templates  ... /> </A1>

But you have this
<A1/> <xsl:apply-templates  ... /> </A>

which makes what you expect near impossible I think.

Cheers,
Omprakash.V








                                                                                                                                
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Hi

This is a question I asked earlier in one of my earlier posts but didnt
get any reponse on it. I'm reposting the question only because its
important for me to get some response even if it is a "No, it cant be
done" !

I wanted to know if its possible to create a new element say 'A2' from
within the <xsl:apply-template> of 'A1' such that 'A2' is the immediate
child of element 'A' and not 'A1'.

So I want the structure to be

<A>
    <A1/> <!--has some <xsl:apply-template>-->
    <A2/>  <!-- being create inside A1's apply-template>
</A>

 and not the
default
<A>
    <A1>
          <A2/>
    </A1>
</A>
Would appreciate some
response.
Thanks
Rahil
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