Re: Identity transform on node-set loaded with documen
I think xsl:copy & xsl:copy-of might work for you. You could also try to use xsl:for-each or xsl:apply-templates to meet some of your requirements. On 8/2/07, Matt Poff <matt.poff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi, > > I've been away from XSLT a while and am stumbling on how to implement > the following: > > My transform imports, using document(), an HTML snippet contain a > populated <head></head> tag. I want to copy this into one of several > result trees I am outputting as is *except* the <title/> tag needs to > be populated with a value. > > Initially I created a named template and sent the loaded node-set to it, > then realised I probably needed an identity transform but all of the > identity transform examples I've found seem to be set-up to operate on > the master document only. What's the best way to carry out this task? > Can I do an identity transform with a named template? > > I'm sure there's a fairly simple solution but it's passing me by. > > Thanks, > Matt -- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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