Re: CDATA Handling
while you got what you wanted, as other suggested, you must answer for yourself, why you need CDATA in the output. Probably worth doing a design check on your application. Workarounds normally bite you later .. On 06/01/2009, J. S. Rawat <jrawat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > At 03:11 PM 1/6/2009, Michael Kay wrote: >>One way is to use cdata-section-elements on xsl:output as >>suggested already on this thread, another is to generate the CDATA start >> and >>end strings (<![CDATA[ and ]]>) using character maps or >>disable-output-escaping. > > Thanks Michael Kay, this is what I was looking for !!! > > -- Vasu Chakkera Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd. Oxford www.vasucv.com
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