RE: [xsl] XSLT: Transforming one markup to another markup

Subject: RE: [xsl] XSLT: Transforming one markup to another markup
From: "Tedla, Sridhar \(LNG-CSP\)" <Sridhar.Tedla@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 1 May 2006 22:01:42 -0600
The question is converting an xml into another xml i.e. one type of markup(X)
needs to be converted into another type of markup(Y).
I have mentioned X markup and Y markup i.e. With XSLT ---convert X Markup to Y


From: Kamal Bhatt [mailto:kbhatt@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Mon 5/1/2006 9:40 PM
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [xsl] XSLT: Transforming one markup to another markup

What's the question?

Tedla, Sridhar (LNG-CSP) wrote:

>The X markup needs to be converted into Y markup.
>The X markup is as follows:
><class scheme="SAT">
>   <classitem>
>        <identifier>
>               <name>Sales </name>
>               <code>1234</code>
>        </identifier>
>        <classitem>
>          <identifier>
>                 <name> Tax</name>
>                 <code>5678</code>
>          </identifier>
>        <classitem>
>          <identifier>
>                <name>Items  </name>
>                <code>9101</code>
>          </identifier>
>         <classitem>
>            <identifier>
>               <name>Manufacturing </name>
>               <code>1121</code>
>            </identifier>
>           </classitem>
>       </classitem>
>     </classitem>
>    </classitem>
>The Y Markup is has follows:
>  <hierlev role="ancestor">
>     <heading>
>       <title>Sales</title>
>     </heading>
>     <hierlev role="ancestor">
>        <heading>
>          <title> Tax</title>
>         </heading>
>         <hierlev role="ancestor">
>       <heading>
>              <title>Items </title>
>       </heading>
>            <hierlev role="ancestor">
>              <heading>
>                 <title>Manufacturing </title>
>              </heading>
>                  <hierlev role="ancestor">
>                  <heading>
>                       <title>Revised Code </title>
>                   </heading>
>               </hierlev>
>               <hierlev role="me">
>                   <heading>
>                       <title> Title Value</title>
>                    </heading>
>                </hierlev>
>           </hierlev>
>          </hierlev>
>     </hierlev>
>   </hierlev>
>Now two rules for the above conversion:
>1)In X markup--The classitem depth is arbitary.
>2)In Y Markup--- always the last hierlev element contains two  hierlev
>as children.

Kamal Bhatt

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