troubleshooting Question

!CDATA <TR> tags are being converted to &gt;TR&lt; (XSLT)

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When my XML contains a node called "new_line", I would like to my XSLT to write out hte HTMl to close the table row and open a new one.

Since the parse does not like this (I know I am being naughty) I came up with the following:

            <xsl:when test = "name(.) = 'new_line'">
                <!--Need to break up the line -->


Unfortunately this converts the < and > into "&lt;" and "&gt;"

I tried wrapping it in <script> tags which does not convert it, but then the browser ignores the tags!

Any ideas?


(P.S. ideally (I think) I should develop some kind of xlst that will take take any XML convert this into further XML with additional sub-nodes <LINE1> <LINE2> etc, depending upto the the contents of the XML (i.e. where it finds "new_line" nodes).  My XSLT could then call templates for each subnode.  However I don't know how to do this but if you could point me in the direction of a tutorial I would be most grateful!).
Gertone (Geert Bormans)
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