Re: XSL DOCTYPE
c. p. writes: > I am doing a XML-to-XML transformation using XSL. In > the newly formed (target) xml, I would like to carry > over any Doctype/entity declarations that existed in > the old (source) xml. Additionally in the newly > formed (target) xml, I would like to add some > additional entities. > > Is there a way to do this? Is it even possible? You can generate a DOCTYPE declaration (excluding an internal DTD subset, which is where the entity declarations are) by specifying the doctype-public and/or doctype-system attributes of the xsl:output instruction. -- Kevin Rodgers
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