Re: [xsl] An (almost) identity stylesheet

Subject: Re: [xsl] An (almost) identity stylesheet
From: Jeff Sese <jeferson.sese@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 16:49:16 +0800
you just have to create a template for the @atttrib2:

<template match="@attrib2">
	<xsl:attribute name="@attrib2" select="'0'"/>

-- Jeff

On 04 10, 08, at 4:40 PM, Karol Krenski wrote:

Hi list,

I am a novice to XSLT, learned mainly form online tutorials. This XSLT
thing is killing me. Can't figure out how to transform my doc.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
        <date attrib1='aaaaaaa' attrib2='bbbbbb'>25-02-08</date>
        <name attrib3='null'>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA</name>
        <date attrib1='cccccc' attrib2='dddddd'>26-02-08</date>
        <name attrib4='null'>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB</name>


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <foo> <bar> <date attrib1='aaaaaaa' attrib2='0'>25-02-08</date> ^ <name attrib3='null'>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA</name> </bar> <bar> <date attrib1='cccccc' attrib2='0'>26-02-08</date> ^ <name attrib4='null'>BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB</name> </bar> </foo>

Can somebody please suggest the correct stylesheet?

I am blindly typing mainly 'copy' or 'copy-of' in my templates and the
output generation mechanics make little sense to me. The docs, comparing
to other programing documentation seems hard to understand. Could
somebody suggest good docs, please?


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