Re: [xsl] Schema declarations showing up in my html

Subject: Re: [xsl] Schema declarations showing up in my html
From: Spencer Tickner <spencertickner@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2005 15:36:11 -0800
Ok, I'll give that a try

for reference: a sample of 


<xsl:template match="paragraph" mode="contentsection">
	<p class="para">(<xsl:copy-of select="paragraphnumber"/>)
	<xsl:copy-of select="paragraphtext"/></p>


  <paragraphtext>to continuously or repeatedly observe a service
provider, doctor who provides abortion services or patient or a
building in which any of them resides or in which abortion services
are provided, or</paragraphtext>


<p class="para">(<paragraphnumber
xmlns:xsi="";>to continuously
or repeatedly observe a service provider,</paragraphtext></p>

ok, so that's what's happenning so far. I suspected that it is in
scope for the element using the copy-of statement, however if I can
figure out a way to get rid of it it would be nice. I realize that
anyone with a little experience and time can parse out our html but
I'd rather not hand our content over to them already enclosed in xml

Anyway I'll give you're suggestion a shot David. Thanks very much for the posts


On Apr 1, 2005 3:26 PM, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I realize this may be more of a .net question, but u guys are so much
> > better than those other forums.
> I suspect that it's just an xslt question, but it's hard to be sure as
> you only posted your .net code which I don't think is relevant.
>   <element xmlns:xsi="";>elementvalue</element>
>   every single time I do a <xsl:copy-of select="element" in my xsl
> when you do copy-of you copy a node and it gets copied along with all
> its namespaces children attributes etc, so presumably the xsi namespace
> was in scope on the element that you copied. If this namespace is not on
> any ancestor node in the result, copying the namespace node for this
> element will cause a namespace declaration to be output.
> if you wouldn't mind just getting one xmlns:xsi at the top level just
> make sure that your top level result element uses this namespace.
> If you don't want this namespace at all, then you either need to make
> sure it is not in your source, or make sure you don't copy it
> for example replace
> <xsl:copy-of select="element"/>
> by
> <xsl:element name="element">
>  <xsl:copy-of select="@*"/>
> </xsl:element>
> If the xsi namespace isn't in your source, then my guess is wrong and
> you can ignore all the above.
> David
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