Re: [xsl] How to retain Unmapped Entity in Trasformed Output
Subject: Re: [xsl] How to retain Unmapped Entity in Trasformed Output|
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2010 13:28:19 +0000
On 01/02/2010 13:11, Ramkumar wrote:
I am using 'character-map' for decimal entity to character entity conversion
in my xslt2.
Note numeric character references are not entity references.
You can not preserve character references as the XSLt engine has no
knowledge of whether character references or entity references or
character data were used in the source.
However if you specify an encoding such as US-ASCII for output that does
not contain the characters in your result tree XSLT will serialise these
characters using numeric references 9however they were originally input)
<xsl:output encoding="US-ASCII"/> Your sample was using latin-1 so any
high characters would be output using numeric references but anything in
the 8-bit range would be output as character data. using US-ASCII
restricts character data to the 7-bit range.
Normally doing this is preferable to using character maps to get entity
references in the result.
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