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How to add a form tag in XSLT

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How to add a form tag in XSLT
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Question by:sunilramu
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<FORM>

</FORM>
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<form xmlns:xfm="http://www.w3.org/2000/12/xforms"  
          xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/xhtml">
 
 
</form>

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<xsl:element name="form">
... other xsl stuff here...
</xsl:element>
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Is that what you wanted?  All of the above postings will work, but to have a working form you need to populate the attributes.
<form action='submitAction' name='myForm' method='post'>
   ...Your HTML form elements here...
</form>

What is the final HTML you want generated?
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