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Summary There are four built-in output methods: text for text outputs, html for HTML output, xhtml
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for XHTML output, and xml for XML-based markup languages. You can tell the processor which output method to use with the method attribute.
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Bypassing Output Escaping
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In very rare cases, you might want to have the ease of the xml output method for creating elements and attributes, combined with the ability of the text output method to create strings without the special characters (less-than signs and ampersands in particular) being escaped. In other words, you want to bypass the normal output escaping that s done by the xml output method for a piece of the document. Sometimes this happens because you want to generate something that is almost, but not quite, XML. For example, Java Server Pages (JSP) includes a special syntax for directives, such as: <%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" prefix="c" %> A document that contains one of these directives isn t a legal XML document, but the majority of the rest of the JSP page might look like XML, with normal start and end tags that are used by the JSP to create elements. It would be tedious to create the entire JSP document as text, when the majority of the page could be generated as if it was plain XML. Another situation where you want to bypass the normal output escaping is when the source XML contains some XML that for one reason or another is double-escaped in the source document. This usually occurs when the XML has been placed inside a CDATA section, such as the following: <content> <![CDATA[<p>This is well-formed XML.</p>]]> </content> As you ll recall from 1, putting XML within a CDATA section has exactly the same effect as escaping the less-than signs that begin the tags using <. To the XSLT processor, the preceding XML is exactly the same as the following: <content> <p>This is well-formed XML.</p> </content> So if you try to output the value of the <content> element with a normal <xsl:value-of> instruction, then you will get <p>This is well-formed XML.</p>
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Note The best way to solve this problem is to persuade whoever s supplying the XML that they shouldn t
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hide XML within CDATA sections, but that s not always possible.
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XSLT 2.0 has two methods that enable you to bypass the normal output escaping done by the xml output method: by temporarily disabling output escaping using the disable-output-escaping attribute, and by telling the processor to replace certain characters in the result document with other strings in the output using a character map.
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Summary If you need to create something that is almost, but not quite, XML, you can use the xml output
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method and bypass the normal output escaping for the parts of the document that aren t XML.
Disabling Output Escaping The disable-output-escaping attribute can be placed on <xsl:text> and <xsl:value-of> elements to indicate whether the special characters in the text node that is generated by the instruction should be escaped on output or not. The disable-output-escaping attribute s default value is no, but if you set it to yes, then any less-than signs or ampersands that are included within the text node will be output as less-than signs and ampersands rather than as < and &. For example, to create a JSP directive, you can use an <xsl:text> element with a disable-output-escaping attribute with the value yes. For example: <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"> <%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" prefix="c" %> </xsl:text>
Note The less-than sign in the stylesheet is still escaped the stylesheet itself must still be well-formed XML.
If you have an element whose actual value is escaped XML, as in the following: <content> <![CDATA[<p>This is well-formed XML.</p>]]> </content> you can add a disable-output-escaping attribute with the value yes to the <xsl:value-of> instruction, as follows: <xsl:value-of select="content" disable-output-escaping="yes" /> When the result tree is serialized, you will see the following in the generated XML file: <p>This is well-formed XML.</p>
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