Re: Document() and &
[Stuart Celarier] > >But you do if you want the URL string to be well-formed XML as would be > >needed for use in the document() function. > > Tom, I must not be understanding you correctly. The URL string has to be > well-formed XML? When I write document("secondary.xml"), I am pretty > sure the string "secondary.xml" does not have a document element, XML > declaration, etc. That string does not look like well-formed XML to me, > it looks like a relative URL for a file. What are you trying to say? > I see from later posts that you've got it by now. There have been several past threads on this subject (ampersands in URLs in stylesheets) on the list before you got so active, and they all ended up the same way (escaping using character references). Cheers, Tom P XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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