[xsl] Iterating recursivly on a node changing the element names

Subject: [xsl] Iterating recursivly on a node changing the element names
From: ML mail <mlnospam@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2007 22:40:18 -0800 (PST)
Dear list,

I would like to modify the name of my elements of a
certain node to
 make it use a new namespace so for that I somehow
need an iteration
 process which goes through a specific node and adds a
prefix to all of my
 elements. Let's say I have the following:

<start attr="myattr">

I need to make it look like this after processing:

<nsprefix:start attr="myattr">

I started creating a template for that and defining
all the nodes under
 the start node but this sounds quite stupid because
if there are many
 different possibilites it makes a whole lot of checks
to build. So I
 was thinking it's much easier to just detect the
start element and then
 iterate through all of it's child elements (in my
case: two, three four)
 and add the prefix to these elements. Unfortunately I
didn't manage to
 do that. Can someone provide me help on how to
acheive that ?

Many thanks

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