Re: [xsl] Avoiding disable-output-escaping

Subject: Re: [xsl] Avoiding disable-output-escaping
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 10:31:23 +0100
 I try to generate JSP from XML. In these JSP´s, I need output tags like this

 <sw:hpath startscan="0" endscan="100" startpath="2" />

 How can I get such an expression without disable-output-escaping?

In XSLT you don't output tags, but rather a tree of element and
attribute nodes. If you put that line, exactly as is in a template 
(after having declared the sw: namespace prefix in your stylesheet)
then a suitable set of element and attribute nodes will be placed in the
result tree. When that tree is linearised that expression (or an
equivalent one, for example using ' instead of ") will be created.

i>  an external XML file that looks like this:

> <env-entry-value><![CDATA[
your life would be a lot easier without that CDATA section (which tells
the system the content is not XML, when clearly it is
intended to be XML)


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