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Re: Xsl:copy-of writes xmlns:xsi always - Any way to

Subject: Re: Xsl:copy-of writes xmlns:xsi always - Any way to avoid this?
From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2007 11:06:44 +0100
Re:  Xsl:copy-of writes xmlns:xsi always - Any way to
binu.idicula@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I used the following .. But the problem was that it is not copying
nested. It just copies the direct chile element nodes. If the child element has
another child, do I have to write one more for-each OR is there a simple
way.


            <xsl:for-each select="./*">
                <xsl:element name="{name()}"
namespace="{namespace-uri()}">
                <xsl:copy-of select="@*"/>
                <xsl:apply-templates/>
            </xsl:element>
            </xsl:for-each>

Once I select a particular node, all the contents (including next level
- children) should be translated to another XML. Please advice

Michael was not talking of a for-each loop, which only walks through the selected node set. He meant (and gave an example of) a modified identity template which is the generic way of processing an input tree and modify only small parts of it. Use template matches instead of for-each to achieve that effect (see Michaels original answer).


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