Subject:Help (html in xml) need to output Author:Tony Lavinio Date:08 Nov 2006 09:24 AM
Ivan's reply was correct; once you escape it the content is no
longer XML but text. XSLT processors are ill-equipped to deal
with that, since they depend on the previous step, the XML
parser, to deal with it. They really only 'see' the parsed
XML, broken into elements and attributes and text and such.
If you want to see what attempts others have made, with varying
degrees of success/failure, try this query on Google:
parsing escaped xml site:stylusstudio.com inurl:xsllist
Subject:Help (html in xml) need to output Author:asdf asdf Date:09 Nov 2006 03:36 AM
thats alright peps, i solved it and what i solved was way more complex than that, its funny how most people say it cannot be done....
The job that i am currently doing is as a lead developer for a government department, before i started they said that the project couldn't be done, so they brought me in (a mathematician) to solve the problem
What I have learnt from all of this...is that people who know how to do stuff are not in this forum, they are out partying: content with the knowledge that they can do it, it is only people who do not know how to do it that hang out here....exceptions to the stylus team
I am not trying to be rude, but most of the posts point you in the wrong direction...flame war!