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Re: Transforming Japanese XML

From: "Chris Lovett" <someone@------.------>
Date: 6/7/2005 10:25:00 PM
Or do

"Julian F. Reschke" <julian.reschke@n...> wrote in message 
> Shahaf wrote:
>> Hi Julian
>> Your solution is allowing me to show the Japanese text but it created a 
>> new problem. How can I manipulate (change some characters) in the XSLT 
>> output before throwing it as a response?
> Use transformNodeToObject with a DOM as target, do the changes, then send 
> out the DOM through an identity transformation (see XSLT spec) with the 
> correct xsl:output settings.
> Julian


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