The XDL Diffgram contains
xd:node element if it is describing changes on the child nodes of a node in the source document, or if it is describing the position at which new nodes were added. The
xd:node element contains the match attribute with a path descriptor identifying the referenced node.
Here is an example of what this element may look like:
Here is an example of
xd:node element that is used to identify the fourth node of the current source element. The changes on the child nodes of the fourth node are described in the child nodes of the
<xd:node match="4"> <xd:change match="1">Changed text</change> <xd:remove match="2" /> </xd:node>
XML Diff Functionality | XML Diff Language (Diffgram) | Path Descriptors | XmlDiff Operation xd:add | XmlDiff Operation xd:remove | XmlDiffOperation xd:change | Extended Operations | Example of a Diffgram |XmlDiff Class