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Put a node into a new xml document

 
JayaSiji Gopal
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Hi,

I have a node like this:

<A a="a" b="b">
<B c="c"/>
<C d="d"/>
</A>

I need to write this entire node into a new xml document in the placeholder as follows:

<xml prologue>
<X>
<!-- place for the above node -->
</X>

I am using DOM as the parser. Any ideas on how this can be done.
I tried using root.importNode(), however, it appends only
<A a="a" b="b"> and misses the rest of the child nodes.

Plez help!!!
 
Hasan Pasha
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Check out the following method in the Node Interface (org.w3c.dom)



API documentation:
Adds the node newChild to the end of the list of children of this node. If the newChild is already in the tree, it is first removed.
 
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