RE: How to declare a param which name is in a XML file?
> The XSL in the original message was this: > > 1) <xsl:template match="parameters"> > 2) <xsl:for-each select="param"> > 3) <xsl:param name="@ident"/> > 4) </xsl:for-each> > 5) </xsl:template> > > MSXML3 says: "Keyword xsl:param may not be used here." > > (Instant) Saxon says: "Failed to compile style sheet. At > xsl:param on line 6 > of file:/c:\test.xml: Name @ident contains invalid > characters" They are both right: both errors are present in the stylesheet, the two processors have just done their checking in a different order. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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