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LakshmiNarayana vishnu
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Hi,

i am transforming one XML file into other xml file ...i am using .xsl file also in between....I am having some utility classes to parsing...

in my 1st xml file i am having one value like attribute:attributename..

i want to split that value into attribute and attributevale and i want to store attribute in attribute table and attribute value in attribute value..

please help me on this...

Thanks in advance,
narvish
Paul Clapham
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Not entirely sure what that means, but it sounds like the XPath functions substring() and substring-before() and substring-after() might be useful.
 
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