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&ndash problem and netscape.


hi,

   i am developing a project where need to transform 1 xml to another xml file. I meet some 
problems:

1) &ndash problem - the original xml is look like :

...
<entry>
<para>July 2 &#8211; Aug 25, 2001</para>
<para>(8 weeks)</para>
</entry>
...


and the xsl :

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" 
     xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform";>

<xsl:output method="xml"/>
...
...

i put the output is xml


i use the command : java -jar xalan.jar -IN input.xml -XSL xslfile.xsl -OUT output.xml

the generated xml is look like :

...
<para>July 2  Aug 25, 2001</para>
<para>(8 weeks)</para></td>
...


is it anyway to keep the &#8211; instead of - ? because i need to use the output xml file to 
render with cocoon, and when i view the page ( after process by cocoon ) with IE, the - is shown 
correctly, but when i use the NS4++, the character &ndash is shown. I notice that NS4 ++ can't 
support &ndash but can support &#8211.

So, any idea ?


Thank you.


regards,
Kok Choon.

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Name: Ling Kok Choon
E-mail: Ling Kok Choon <kokchoon@brel.com>
Date: 11/20/01
Time: 14:19:36

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