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Caution The output-version attribute on <xsl:result-document> is the equivalent of the version
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attribute on <xsl:output>. The version attribute on <xsl:result-document> actually refers to the version of XSLT being used within that element.
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On the <xsl:result-document> instruction, these attributes are actually attribute value templates, which means that you can set their value dynamically. This enables you to, for example, parameterize the encoding used in the result documents. First, you set up a stylesheet parameter to take the encoding: <xsl:param name="encoding" select="'UTF-8'" /> and then you refer to the value of the $encoding parameter from the encoding attribute of the <xsl:result-document>: <xsl:result-document href="index.html" method="xhtml" encoding="{$encoding}"> ... </xsl:result-document> In the rest of this section, I discuss the attributes that can be used on <xsl:output> and <xsl:result-document> elements to control the serialization of a result tree.
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Summary Output definitions, defined using the <xsl:output> top-level element, control how result trees are serialized on output. The <xsl:result-document> instruction can refer to an output definition by name using the format attribute, or control serialization directly.
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The first and most important question that you have to answer when serializing the result tree is what output method you want to use. The output method determines the syntax that s used for the various different types of nodes in the result document. There are four output methods that are built into XSLT 2.0 processors: xml, html, xhtml, and text. You can tell the XSLT processor to use a particular output method with the method attribute on <xsl:output>. For example, to tell the XSLT processor to use the text output method, you should use <xsl:output method="text" /> The xml output method is the default method if the output definition that you use doesn t specify a method explicitly, with two exceptions: If the document element of the result document is an <html> element in the XHTML namespace of http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml, then the default output method is xhtml. If the document element of the result document is an <html> element (in any case combination) in no namespace, then the default output method is html.
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In this section, we ll use the snippet of a result document shown in Figure 8-15 to illustrate the differences between the different output methods.
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element: p text: This paragraph contains a line break, element: br text: & characters that must be escaped in XML and HTML & a boolean attribute in the following: element: input attribute: name answer attribute: value OK attribute: type checkbox attribute: checked checked
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Figure 8-15. Sample result tree
The xml Output Method
The most common output method is xml, which serializes the result document using the standard XML syntax. For example, given a result tree that looks like the tree shown in Figure 8-15, the xml output method creates a section in a document that looks something like this: <p> This paragraph contains a line break,<br/> & characters that must be escaped in XML and HTML, & a boolean attribute in the following: <input name="answer" value="OK" type="checkbox" checked="checked"/> </p> As you can see, the resulting output follows the XML rules for well-formedness, with end tags for every element, special characters being escaped, and so on. By default, if you use the xml output method, then you ll get an XML declaration at the start of the document, indicating the version of XML and the encoding that s being used (both of which can be set using attributes on <xsl:output>, as we ll see later). You can prevent the XML declaration from being added using the omit-xml-declaration attribute on <xsl:output> with the value yes. You can determine whether the XML declaration is a standalone XML declaration (includes a standalone pseudo-attribute with the value yes) using the standalone attribute
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Note The XSLT processor won t honor the omit-xml-declaration attribute if omitting the XML declaration would mean generating a non-well-formed document. For example, if you re using an encoding other than UTF-8 or UTF-16, an XML declaration is required to indicate the encoding being used.
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