Re: How to get UTC displayed on XSLT
I think its time we XSLT programmers should start thinking switching to XSLT 2.0. Apart from the availability of this feature as David pointed, XPath 2.0 has a huge function library (as compared to XPath 1.0). The spec is also now pretty stable, so there is quite less risk of the language features getting changed. I particularly like integration of the language with XML Schema type system, xsl:function support, grouping constructs, regular expressions, and of course availablity of large numbers of new built-in functions. All these new features enhance the productivity of a XSLT programmer. Regards, Mukul On 8/24/05, Meena Nanjundeswar <meenasargur@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi: > > Thanks for all your effort. But I am using xslt 1.0. I tried using > java.util.date and printed the result using this statement > <xsl:value-of select="Date:toString(Date:new())"/>. Now this gives me > only the current time zone. I know there is a method in java.util.date > to get the UTC time. I think that should work right. > > > > On 8/24/05, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > > > > > > version="2.0"> > > > > since this is a version 2 stylesheet why not use xpath2's in-built > > date/time arithmetic? > > > > David > > > > ________________________________________________________________________ > > This e-mail has been scanned for all viruses by Star. The > > service is powered by MessageLabs. For more information on a proactive > > anti-virus service working around the clock, around the globe, visit: > > http://www.star.net.uk
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