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How to preserve space when parsing XML with Xalan

 
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I have XML that looks like

and I would like to preserve the new-line characters. But when I parse, the text all wraps together and the newlines are lost. What can I do?

Here is the parsing code:


Many thanks for any insight.
Joe
 
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Oops, the newlines did not show on the post. Each line of the query tag ends with (and pound x d semicolon).

So the XML does have newlines in it.
 
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Actually, 
 is a carriage-return character. The new-line character is 
. Check out section 2.11 of the XML Recommendation to see what is happening.
 
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Ok.

I added the following code to the createDocumentFromString method


and now I only have 
 where the 
 used to be but the results
are the same. Xalan is losing the fact that newlines are specified. How can I get Xalan to respect the 
 ?
 
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