Re: [xsl] I need to make sure that all namespace declarations get output to a particular element, not the document element
Subject: Re: [xsl] I need to make sure that all namespace declarations get output to a particular element, not the document element|
From: Abel Braaksma <abel.online@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 12:28:26 +0100
bryan rasmussen wrote:
Actually I got another email where Lars Opermann, the fellow doing the
code inspection, says that he doesn't think that is what it's doing
after all, but if it were this would explain 90% of the problem I'm
having, although I would still be in the dark as to why when I have
<in:Invoice> with the in prefix declared further up in the document
With 'further up', do you mean _after_ it is actually used? And do you
mean this as a result of the XSLT process? I thought you meant that you
needed a more precise control over where you put your xml namespace
declarations, but perhaps something else's up? Do you mean that your
document looks like this XML doc, with incorrect namespace decl?
or like this (correct in terms of xml+ns)
I thought, from your OP, that the doc looked more something like this:
and that you rather want the namespace declaration on the in:Invoice
element (middle example), and not before that.
I am just trying to clarify what it is that you actually need. In your
OP there were a zillion namespaces and I hope that with a simple example
it becomes more clear.
and I submit the xform via a put to the filesystem what comes out is
<:Invoice> instead of just a message box with message "The in prefix
has not been declared."
The element that is serialized as '<:Invoice>' is not a legal XML+NS
element (I believe it would be legal in old original XML, without
namespaces, but that's not what XSLT creates).When you say 'put to the
filesystem', do you mean the XSLT serializer, or your own
post-processor? If any XSLT serializer creates a tag like that, it's an
Michael Kay - Thu, 22 Mar 2007 14:26:14 -0000