Re: Aborting XSL processing during a run....
ben senior writes: > We're using XSL to generate PHP code. Given a particular irregularity in > the incoming XML (a missing attribute) we would like to output a PHP > line (to throw an exception) and then to STOP the processing then and > there (match nothing more and end) but without the processing 'crashing'. > > I've looked through my XSL books but not come up with anything... What about <xsl:if test="@foo"> <xsl:message terminate="yes">Missing 'foo' attribute</xsl:message> </xsl:if> -- Kevin Rodgers
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