Re: [xsl] name space troubles

Subject: Re: [xsl] name space troubles
From: Jakub.Valenta@xxxxxxxx
Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 15:12:08 +0300
Thanks for help,

it works in Xalan and MSXML, I have some troubles in Saxon, but it does not
matter. I have one more question however.
The copy-of selects all namespaces in the input, including xsd namespace
which I don't need in the output. Well it is not a problems that it is
but I would like to know if there is a way to copy just those namespaces I
want from the source to the result.



David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> on 05/26/2002
02:48:27 AM

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Subject:  Re: [xsl] name space troubles

> No.

Actually the answer is yes, the system has some freedom on where to put
namespace declarations but it can only move them up the result tree, it
can't move them down.

So to get the desired effect all you need to do is make sure the
xsl:stylesheet node in the resulting tree has a namespace node for
the cbamessage namespace.

the easiest way to do that is not to use xsl:element to generate
xsl:stylesheet (as that doesn't copy namespace nodes) but instead use a
literal result element (using the namespace alias feature to generate
elements in the xsl namespace) alternatively, using xsl:element you just
need to copy suitable namespace nodes into the result as in

<xsl:element  name = "xsl:stylesheet">
<xsl:copy-of select="document('')/*/namespace::*"/>
     <xsl:attribute  name = "version">1.0</xsl:attribute>

However having said all that, this is still true:

> It doesn't matter for the parser.


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