Re: Namespace handling question
I'm still new to XSL and tend to write a little extra.
note that xsl:element isn't just a verbose form of using the simpler literal result element, it has one major difference: it does _not_ (by default) copy the namspaces that are in scope to the result, so you should only use xsl;element that way if you explictly _donT want all the namespaces that are in scope in the stylesheet to be copied to the top level element, which is exactly the opposite of what you needed here.
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