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Subject: Splitting content from sub-elements
From: Casper Voortman <casper.voortman@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 15:30:40 +0200
 Splitting content from sub-elements
Hello Everyone,

I'm having trouble with breaking down a piece of XML into a simpler structure by using xslt 1.0.

The problem concentrates itself specifically around splitting the content within a <Text> element from the <FootNote>, which is also part of the same element <Text >, and still keeping the order within the <Paragraph> intact.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

The original XML:

<Paragraph Pstyle="Plattetekst">
<Text Cstyle="[No character style]">A line of text.</Text>
<Text Cstyle="Cursief">Another line of text.</Text>
<Text Cstyle="[No character style]">A 3rd line of text<FootNote ID="14">
<Paragraph Pstyle="Voetnoot">
<Text Cstyle="[No character style]">This is the content of the footnote.</Text>
</FootNote>that contains a footnote.</Text>
<Text Cstyle="Cursief">A 4th line of text.</Text>
<Text Cstyle="[No character style]">A 5th line of text that also<FootNote ID="15">
<Paragraph Pstyle="Voetnoot">
<Text Cstyle="[No character style]">This is the 2nd footnote.</Text>
</FootNote>a footnote.</Text>

The desired XML:

A line of text. <emphasis role="italic">Another line of text.</ emphasis> A 3rd line of text<footnote label="14">
<para>This is the content of the footnote.</para>
</footnote> that contains a footnote. <emphasis role="italic">A 4th line of text.</emphasis> A 5th line of text that also<footnote label="15">
<para>This is the 2nd footnote.</para>
</footnote> a footnote.


Casper Voortman

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