Re: Probs using XSLT in browsers
On Tue, 8 Mar 2005 14:02:42 GMT, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > So i assume that the IE and the FF processors don't support the > exslt:node-set() altought i tougth that it was suficiente to declare > the xmlns:exslt="http://exslt.org/common". > > Declaring (any) extension namespace only has an effect if the processor > actually supports that extension. > But shouldn't it be possible to use then by importing then? I thought so, altought i didn't find any node-set.xsl, altought the documentation seems to say that it should exist... > > You can replace exslt:node-set($dias)/dia by > > document('')/xsl:variable[name='dias']/dia > > should then work in both, although it will cause the stylesheet to be > parsed twice. > > David > Well, it seems the voodoo continues, cause i've tryed that and it doesn't work either... It never get's into the for-each. And just for bad luck my trial verisons of a xsl debugger just finished and my f* company just spend the money available for on-line purchases by renewing a f* MSDN license that is of no f* use at all so i have to wait for a week or two and i'm ashamed to ask for a new one... How about that IE black magic of giving a error even with the variable commented out?
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