Re: Diferent behaviour using document() in IE / FF
Hurra, i solved the problem in a very elegant way, pardon me being blatant... As i was in a hurry to begin tests, i simply copyed my original xml so the second access will point to it. <xsl:variable name="xmldoc" select="document('doc2.xml')"/> But that will cause maintenance troubles, cause the original xml can be modified without notice, and i'll have to check it everitime and so on... So now i got the time to do a little thinking and thought maybe the transformiix guys tought their way was a optimization, thinking if one wants to access the doc with a given url, that doc should be only loaded once, and if it's transformed in the mean time so be it. So i've tryed accessing the same document but thru a diferent uri, like <xsl:variable name="xmldoc" select="document('doc.xml?mode=replace')"/> where ?mode=replace is just bogus data and... it works!!! How about that !!! On 9/2/05, Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > So you're saying the IE behaviour is the behaviour expected from a > > conformant processor, and that this is not open to implementation, > > right? > > You haven't given me enough information to be 100% certain, but as I said, > from the information given it looks like an FF non-conformance. > > Michael Kay > http://www.saxonica.com/
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