Skipping surounding element

Subject: Skipping surounding element
From: Goetz Bock <bock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 16:52:16 +0100

May be I'm just to dump, but I wasn't in the faq.

I've an XML dialect, I want to translate into an other using XSL-T.

All the source elements have two attributes, like:
  <source1 attr1="foo" attr2="bar"/>

For the output document there are two posibilities, if attr2 exists:

<destC attr1="{@attr1}">

if it does not exist

<dest1 attr1="{@attr1}">

For all my 12 elements, I've a complex transformation each, that oututs
exactly the same content for both cased, but if attr2 exists, the
surrounding container is needed. For now I need two transformations for
each element, is there a way to get rid of this?

(The value of attr2 is again needed inside the transformation, but the
xsl-t code is still the same in both cases)


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