As a result the XSL Processor complains when it sees a german umlaut (äöü).
As it is not possible to change the too that generates these faulty files I am looking how to "patch" the xml file.
Stylus Studio allows "patching" from the GUI when I open the xml file - but only one file after another. Because I have to do this many times and each time for about 100 files this is not very efficent.
Is there a way to tell the xsl processor to ignore the wrong encoding?
Is there a stylus studio cli command that would allow me to make bulk changes of xml encoding? Any other ideas?
Subject:how to patch xml files with wrong encoding Author:(Deleted User) Date:27 Aug 2009 04:05 PM
Stylus Studio doesn't offer a command line tool to perform such operation; the only option you have is to see if the XSLT processor you are using has a programmatic interface that allows forcing a specific encoding for an input source (e.g. the SAX interface InputSource allows this).