Re: [XSLT 2] rescue
If my XSLT application, running without supervision (eg on the server), gets fed a document which references a non-existent file, then my application must be able to deal with that; It is unacceptable to abort the whole transformation. Since I'm not aware of any facilities to test for the existence of files (validity of paths/URIs), I need a way to recover from the currently unfortunately fatal error raised >after a failed unparsed-text().
in Apache's cocoon, there's a resource-exists action which allows you to check the existence of a file.
I-Lin Kuo, Ann Arbor, MI Macromedia Certified ColdFusion 5.0 Advanced Developer Sun Certified Java 2 Programmer Ann Arbor Java Users Group (www.aajug.org) SUN Top 25 JUG
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