Re: Including <?xml ...> in the result tree
"Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > In both cases, the relevant construct is not part of the result tree, so > it's created during serialization rather than during transformation. (If you > look at the data model, you'll see that neither the XML declaration nor the > DOCTYPE declaration appear as nodes in the tree). > > You generate all of this with attributes of xsl:output: method="xml", > version="1.0", encoding="UTF-8", doctype-system and doctype-public. > > The only thing an XML declaration and a processing instruction have in > common is that they both start with "<?". > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/ Thanks Michael, I got there myself, but your explanation makes things even clearer. sdt
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