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Retrive perticular element from xml using xslt

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

hi friends

i have an xml file like this

<Root>
<categories>

<category>

<child element>

.

.

</category>

<category>

<child element>

.

.

</category>

</categories>

<products>

<product>

<child element of product>

.

.

</product>

<product>

<child element of product>

.

</product>

</products>

</Root>

 i want only Products element and there child element like this

<products>

<product>

<child element of product>

.

.

</product>

<product>

<child element of product>

.

</product>

</products>

It is possible with xslt or not.

plz help

thankx and regards

swagat




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