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RE: How do I reference the name of a tag?
Subject: RE: How do I reference the name of a tag?|
From: zuzmi@xxxxxxxxxxx (Z. Uzmi)
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 12:45:50 -0700
Looks like you are making sometag and someothertag the attributes of "yet
another tag" :-). You should then match for that "yet another tag" and use
the xsl:attribute (syntax in XML bible)...
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> Subject: How do I reference the name of a tag?
> If I have a source like this:
> <someothertag>blah blah</someothertag>
> that I want to transform to:
> <attribute name="sometag">
> <attribute name="someothertag">
> <value>blah blah</value>
> how can I get at the expanded-name of sometag and someothertag?
> I don't want to have a template match for sometag, because I
> don't know in advance what all the possible tags could be, so I
> want a template to match * and still produce the above.
> Any ideas?
> James Booth
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