Are you using the attribute appearance="xxforms:html" on the
<xforms:output> element? Also, you need to have serialized HTML in the
node bound to the <xforms:output> control. So in your XSLT where you
are building the instance, you would need to use something like
saxon:serialize(doc('input:instance')/*/affichage , 'html').
> I have 3 files:
> an xml file,
> an xslt one which enables to display the xml file with the tags <p>,
> and another xsl file in which I use xform.
> In the last file, I have:
> <xforms:instance id="main-instance">xforms:instance
> <form xmlns="">
> <xsl:copy-of select="doc('input:instance')/*/affichage"/>
> <!-- data from the second file -->
> what I want to do is displaying what is inside <tag>, while keeping the nice
> display with <p>, <div>...
> I have tried using the <xforms:output>, but the text that is displayed
> doesn't take into account the formatting I used in the 2nd xsl file...
> Is there any easy way to do that?
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