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Stripping namespace

Given an XmlNode with namespace (NamespaceURI has a value), I want to be
able to make a clone of it (XmlNode.CloneN ode) but without the namespace.
How can I strip the namespace from a node?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Clive Dixon wrote:
Given an XmlNode with namespace (NamespaceURI has a value), I want to be
able to make a clone of it (XmlNode.CloneN ode) but without the namespace.
How can I strip the namespace from a node?
If the namespace is different then the new node is a not a clone of the
old node.
What you can do is create a new node in a different namespace
respectively in no namespace:

XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
doc.LoadXml(@"< foo xmlns=""http://example.com/ns1""/>");
XmlNode foo1 = doc.DocumentEle ment;
XmlNode foo2 = doc.CreateNode( foo1.NodeType, foo1.LocalName, "");
doc.ReplaceChil d(foo2, foo1);

Note that if the old node has any child elements then you need to apply
the same approach to the child elements as well as those inherit the

Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
Jun 27 '08 #2

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