Re: (2 xpath questions)
> > When I query the doc root node for "file://", the parser will report that it is > > an "Incomplete XPath statement". > > well if it is just // then that is what you would expect. As previously > discussed, you can't end an xpath with / (or file://) you have to have the > final step specified. (What would you want it to mean if it were > allowed?) I would expect the same result as doing a "descendant-or-self::node()" query on the root node. Regards, Taras XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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