RE: The <any/> element: bane of security or saviorofversioning
Oh that is great! Thanks, we missed that. By the way, I think the XSLT2 conformance is wrong if it doesn't include the built-in derived types. Users often don't understand the type hierarchy, and it promotes the nominal hierarchy of the built-in types into being something real whereas it is just a theoretical artifact and something to help implementors. Cheers Rick Jelliffe On Tue, 2007-10-23 at 09:27 +0100, Michael Kay wrote: > > Indeed, this is what we are using for our XSD implementation > > in Schematron. The rub is that the free version of SAXON, > > which is excellent, only does castable for the built-in > > primitives, not the built-in derived types, from what I am told. > > Not quite. The basic conformance level of XSLT 2.0 only allows the primitive > types, and that's what Saxon-B supports by default. But there's a switch  > to enable use of the built-in derived types. There's been some debate about > whether such a switch is allowed under the XSLT 2.0 extensibility rules, but > I think it's needed for such use cases, so I provide it. > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/ > >  > http://www.saxonica.com/documentation/extensions/attributes/allowallbuiltint > ypes.html >
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