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Re: why do I get duplicate <HTML> after xsl:copy ?

Subject: Re: why do I get duplicate <HTML> after xsl:copy ?
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 2 Jun 2005 16:27:20 +0100
copy htmlelement
> The forum has been very quiet for a while

???

I'm not sure where your confusion arises.  Your code explictly copies
the HTMl element twice, so you get two HTML elements in teh output.

    <xsl:template match="HTML">
        <xsl:copy>
       xsl:copy generates a copy of the current hTML element  (only the current
        element, not its children or attributes)


            <xsl:copy-of select="."/>

this copies the entire current (HTML) element including all descendents
and attributes so you get HTML again. Most likely, you just don't want
this line.


xmlns:saxon="http://saxon.sf.net/">  <!-- Line 1-->

use the  exclude-result-prefixes attribute on xsl:stylesheet.

David


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