Change xml into a different type of xml sounds like a job for the xslt 
functions. Works like a charm

Michael Ransburg wrote:

>I understand that it's easily possible to parse xml documents with php.
>But what about changing them? With other xml parsers, I have the xml
>document in a structure (usually a tree or an array) and when I change
>something in the structure I can later "write out" the structure again
>into a xml file and get a changed xml file that way. Is this possible
>easily with PHP too?
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