Re: Is there a reason for not using XSLT 2.0 as a defa
Even if it had been a faithful implementation of that draft, releasing an implementation of a draft spec in a full non-beta release of a piece of software distributed to 90% of the world's desktops was a mistake
Are you talking about XSLT 2.0 ? :)
Microsoft learnt that the hard way and that's the reason both XSLT 2 and XQuery are out. SQL Server will support some minimal "stable" part of XQuery and that's it. Moreover, as many microsofties say nowadays, they don't see much requests for client side declarative XML processing tools...
-- Oleg Tkachenko http://blog.tkachenko.com Multiconn Technologies, Israel
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