[XML-SIG] Re: Working with non-compliant XML utilities
Thomas B. Passin
tpassin at comcast.net
Fri Dec 12 18:26:04 EST 2003
Norman Samuelson wrote:
> One way you may be able to do what you want with minimal effort would be
> to write the XML as usual, with whatever tool you care about, then
> process it with XSL to produce the strange results you need.
He can't do that - xslt will only produce normal xml, not the "strange
results" - no control over attribute order or empty element form unless
he writes his own serializer.
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