Re: [xsl] jumping in

Subject: Re: [xsl] jumping in
From: "Devon Y." <vehementpetal@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2003 16:24:42 -0500

i was wondering if its possible to jump in with the
xslt processing for an xml document.

like if i have this xml doc:

    <something />

is it possible that i start the xslt processs at the /root/yup node..

Yes. Like this -

<xsl:template match="/root/yup">
[code goes here]

the issue im having is that the textnodes in /root/foo get
printed out, because node template exists for them, which i
wanna keep like that..

add this to your template, to suppress it's output -

<xsl:template match="/root/foo"/>


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