Re: Removing namespaces without escaping CDATA???
>>>>> "Mukul" == Mukul Gandhi <gandhi.mukul@xxxxxxxxx> writes: Mukul> I shall try to explain my point of view.. Let's say we Mukul> have following XML: <x> <y></y> <p> <y></y> <q> <y></y> Mukul> </q> </p> </x> (text content can be placed anywhere as Mukul> desired) Mukul> If I do, <xsl:output cdata-section-elements="y" />, then Mukul> all y elements will contain CDATA sections. This may be Mukul> desirable in very specific cases. But it will be more Mukul> convenient, if I am able to put CDATA section at this Mukul> location /x/p/q/y, and not to any other y's. Mukul> Can we achieve this (in 1.0 or 2.0)? You could do so if you were prepared to write your own serializer. Then you could have an extension attribute which took an XPath expression as its value, indicating which parts of the output tree to write as CDATA. Not trivial though, and (I would have thought) fairly pointless. -- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
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