Re: Filtering new tags using XSL
Hey, If you have the xml something like this, <Root> <Parent> <Child1 OLD="1"> <Value>100</Value> </Child1> <NEW> <Value>0</Value> </NEW> </Parent> </Root> Using XSLT you can filter out the nodes based on the attribute, OLD="1" So, atleast there should be some flag in the nodes to differentiate from the older ones, using which you can filter out. Thanks Senthil On 9/13/07, Buddhi Dananjaya <buddhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I have following xml file ( Reduced for clearness - this has more than > 2000): > > <root> > <data name="LBL_MM"> > <value>mm</value> > <comment>MM</comment> > </data> > <data name="LBL_INCH"> > <value>Inches</value> > <comment>inch</comment> > </data> > <data name="DE"> > <value>Drawing Editor</value> > <comment>DE</comment> > </data> > <data name="TO"> > <value>Tray Object</value> > <comment>TO</comment> > </data> > </root> > > My customer may add new <data></data> blocks into this file, not always > at the bottom (here and there) can anyone suggest a XSL format ( prefer > sample code) to filter out newly added blocks..I need to get a new xml > file which will contain new <data> blocks after transformation. > > - Thanks in advance :-) > > - Buddhi from Sri Lanka -
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