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sean sSubject: new to XQuery- "expected cardinality"
Author: sean s
Date: 04 Apr 2006 08:22 AM
Hello everyone.

I'm pretty stuck with a language that is very new to me and would be grateful for some help.

I receive the following error message, and am not even sure which file it is referring to:

"The actual type of the value for parameter 2 does not match the sequence type declared in the signature of function: transform:transform($a as node?, $b as item, $c as node?) node?. Expected cardinality: exactly one, got 0."

This message emerges when I attempt to open the xql file.

The collection consists of a xql, xml, xsd, xslt and css file.

The xql file contains the following:

xquery version "1.0";

declare namespace transform = "http://exist-db.org/xquery/transform";

let $gameList := doc('/db/gameList.xml'),
$stylesheet := doc('/db/gameList.xslt')


transform:transform ($gameList,$stylesheet,())

Is the error likely to be in here somewhere.

I appreciate the answer to the problem is most likely elementary, but any suggestions are most welcomed.

Thank you very much

Minollo I.Subject: new to XQuery-
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 04 Apr 2006 09:04 AM
You XQuery (and question) seems to be specific to the eXist environment. This forum is for Stylus Studio support; you should redirect your question to the proper eXist support channels.


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