Thank you very much for clarifying this point! I now inserting the xml-
tags dynamically in the xslt document, which are then available via
document(''). Unfortunately I cannot find another way to hand over ) a DOM
Document to the xsl-processor (while using the perl interface to LibXSLT).
> It's not "unescaping" you want to do, it's XML parsing. You can't invoke
an XML parser directly from within XSLT, but you can do it via extension
to a DOM Document) and returns the result.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gkallidis@g... [mailto:gkallidis@g...]
> Sent: 07 June 2002 10:32
> To: P2P_XSLT
> Subject: [xslt] unescape in xslt?
> I have to read a string, which is escaped then escaped in
> xsl. But it has to become a tree structure. Is there a way
> to unescape in
> xsl ? There are quite a lot of parameters in there and quite a lot of
> elements inside. If this doesnt work, I have to write it in a
> file, then call it with the document() function, seems to be the only
> $dois = "
> <REFID KEY="1">
> <REFID KEY="12">
> <A HREF="/cgi/?AK=12068&CTXquery=-1&JK=23&IK=920">DOI</A>
> application-call-xsl-stylesheet( dois=>$dois )
> in xsl-stylesheet: <xsl:param name="dois"/>
> $dois then gets the string in this form:
> KEY="12"><A HREF="/cgi/?AK=12068&CTXquery=-
> but how from there on to get the original ??
> Thank you for helping !
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