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Subject: Re: 'Embedded' xml
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 12:41:02 +0100
Re:  'Embedded' xml
> If this 'embedded' xml is in a CDATA section!? Is it possible!?

well then your input is XML so anything is possible again.

the content of the element is then just a string containing XML
markup. The normal way to get from such a string to an XML tree for
processing is to parse it. many processors offer an xml parser as an
extension function, either directly eg saxon:parse()  or indirectly, eg
in msxml you can escape to javascript and then from there call the msxml
parser on the string and return the nodes as a result.

But why not, instead of usin a CDATA section, just place the XML directly
as a child of teh element (which is the model that SOAP envelope was
designed to support) all you need to do is not put in the <?xml so that
the combination is XML.

David






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