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From Hema Rajan <hra...@indts.com>
Subject How to ignore unwanted namespaces while applying the stylesheet o n an xml page.
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2001 04:07:43 GMT
I have an xml page which uses a certain namespace "xmlns:cms".  On this xml
page I apply a stylesheet (xsl file) which converts the xml to html format
using cocoon's XSLT processor.  In the converted html file also the <html>
tag gets the "xmlns:cms" as its attribute.  This is ignored by the html
browsers.  Now I want to apply a stylesheet which converts the xml to wml
format using cocoon's XSLT processor.  In the converted file, the <wml> tag
also gets the "xmlns:cms" as its attribute.  The WAP browser does not ignore
this and throws an error saying that the <wml> tag cannot have any
attributes.  So how to ignore unwanted namespaces while applying the
stylesheet on an xml page? 

regards,
Hema.

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