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Default Can I promote an element by not copying a parent?

I'm in a situation of using an identity template to take everything in my XML file by default, except for a couple of things that I choose not to copy. That part works for simple leaf elements.

But what if the element has children, and I want to keep the children? In other words:


What's the trick for leaving out B, and just producing:


I tried matching a template on //B/* and then just using a copy-of ".", but that didn't work.

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Add the template rule

<xsl:template match="B">

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