[xsl] Finding all occurences of a node

Subject: [xsl] Finding all occurences of a node
From: Martin Renner <m.renner@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 14:04:25 +0059

I have a xml document like this one:

      <myowntag id="x.y.z" />
        <myowntag id="a.b.c" />

From this document, I just want to have everything below <sub1> (<sub2> should be the root node for the resulting document). Furtheron, every occurence of <myowntag> (no matter of its position) should be replaced by some text.

To get everything below <sub1> I am using:

<xsl:template match="child::sub1/child::*">
  <xsl:copy-of select="."/>

But how can I replace all occurences of <myowntag>? Something like
<xsl:template match="myowntag">
</xsl:template match>
doesn't work.


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