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RE: Another newbie question

Subject: RE: Another newbie question
From: RSuiter@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 11:15:15 -0600
RE: Another newbie question
I think Mike has pointed to your problem here.
The namespace declaration is the one for XSLT.
The syntax you show looks a lot like IE5 (which did not require the
"select" on value-of).
Whatever you are trying to do, you can't do both of these.
If you are using IE5, use the namespace declaration that it says to use.
If you are using real XSLT, fix the value-of statements.

Rick Suiter

To the original problem, Mike Kay replied:
><xsl:value-of> in XSLT has a mandatory select attribute, and
>must have either a name or a match attribute, or both. Judging from the
>namespace declaration, the poster was using XSLT.

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