RE: [xsl] WordML to XML/HTML

Subject: RE: [xsl] WordML to XML/HTML
From: "Touchtel" <omprakashv@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2005 10:51:17 +0530
    You are trying to output only an <I> or a <B> or a <U> in isolation
which XSLT doesn't allow.
  The adding of an element is an atomic operation in that you cannot an an
<I> without adding a corresponding </I>.
	Also, the xsl-if isn't suitable in your case and the xsl:choose is
available for this purpose.

	You may also want to pay attention to your predicates as 'child contains
w:i' is not 	correct.

     You might want to try as follows:

	<xsl:template match="w:r">
	<xsl:when test="child contains w:i">
	print italic text here
	<xsl:when test="child contains w:b">
	print bold text here
	<xsl:when test="child contains w:u">
	print UL text here



-----Original Message-----
From: Vasu Nanjangud [mailto:vasdeep@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, February 05, 2005 8:13 AM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [xsl] WordML to XML/HTML

--- Vasu Nanjangud <vasdeep@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2005 18:40:46 -0800 (PST)
> From: Vasu Nanjangud <vasdeep@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: WordML to XML/HTML
> To: xsl-list-digest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Hi,
> I have WordML data like this...
> <w:r>
>    <w:rPr>
> 	   <w:i>
>          <w:u w:val="single"/>
>          <w:b/>
>     </w:rPr>
>      <w:t>I have bold and italics and underscore
> </w:t>
> </w:r>
> For this to be converted to html, I'm trying to
> write
> XSLT code using this logic
>    <xsl:template match="w:r" >
> 	if child contains "w:i"
> 		<xsl:text><i></xsl:text>
> 	if child contains "w:b"
> 		<xsl:text><b></xsl:text>
> 	if child contains "w:u"
> 		<xsl:text><i></xsl:text>
> 		print the text contained in "w:t"
> 	if child contains "w:u"
> 		<xsl:text></i></xsl:text>
> 	if child contains "w:b"
> 		<xsl:text></b></xsl:text>
> 	if child contains "w:/i"
> 		<xsl:text><i></xsl:text>
>    </xsl:template>
> I'm new to XSLT and I'm trying to write XSLT for
> converting WordML to html data...
> Could someone please tell me how I can achieve
> this...
> Thanks,
> Vasu
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