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hi all,
i would like to filter out all attributes from a djom document.

<a val="1">
<b att="foo">
<b>
<c/>
</a>

should become:

<a>
<b>
<b>
<c/>
</a>

has anyone a hint how to do this?

thank you!
 
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Do an XSLT identity transformation, and omit the part that copies attributes to the output.
 
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