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If an axis is not defined, the parser assumes that the child axis was specified. Thus the preceding example could be written as
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The attribute:: axis can be abbreviated as @ . Therefore, the following two expressions are equivalent:
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The current node can be specified using either self::node() or period (.). The following two expressions are equivalent:
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A parent node can be specified either by parent::node() or .. . The following two expressions are equivalent:
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/descendant-or-self::node() selects the current node and all descendant nodes. It can be abbreviated with // . The following two examples select all EquipmentId attributes in the document:
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Transforming XML
In many cases in business, information that is already in the form of an XML document needs to be converted to another XML structure. For example, a client of mine is participating in RossetaNet, an e-commerce consortium of IT supply chain organizations that defines standard messages to be sent between partners. Although
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messages are standardized, each pair of partners can agree to modify their messages slightly to better serve their needs. Such changes are mostly structural new nodes (fields) can be defined, standard ones can be dropped, a node can change its type from element to attribute, and so on. Instead of generating completely different messages each time (and developing two separate procedures for performing similar tasks), it is preferable to create a simple procedure that will transform a standard XML message into another form. Another typical situation occurs when an application uses a browser to display an XML document. Although modern browsers such as the latest versions of Internet Explorer are able to display the content of an XML document in the form of a hierarchical tree, this format is not user-friendly. More often, the XML document is transformed into an HTML document and information is organized visually into tables and frames. Such HTML applications usually allow the end user to modify the displayed information interactively (for example, to sort the content of the tables, to display different information in linked tables, or to present data in different formats). Each of these tasks could be performed by modifying the original XML document. A typical problem with HTML browsers from different vendors is that they are not compatible. Naturally (well, actually, it seems quite unnatural), even different versions of the same browser behave differently. Each of them uses a different variation of the HTML standard. However, these differences are not major, and instead of generating a separate XML document for each of them, a Web developer can create a procedure to transform the XML document so that it fits the requirements of the browser currently in use. You can think of XML as just one type of rendering language. Some systems use other types of rendering languages and appropriate browsers. For example, more and more PDAs and wireless devices such as cellular phones are offering Internet access. They often use a special protocol (Wireless Application Protocol WAP) that has its own markup language (Wireless Markup Language WML) based on XML. A Web server offering information should be able to transform the XML document to fulfill the needs of different viewers.
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The eXtensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) addresses the need to transform XML documents from one XML form to another and to transform XML documents to other formats such as HTML and WML. It is based on Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), a language for styling HTML documents. Over time, XSL has been transformed into three other languages:
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XSLT for transforming XML documents XSLF for rendering XPath for accessing a specific part of an XML document
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