RE: Convert milliseconds into date
> Thank you for your response. I read thru some archive and tried > implementing this: > date:add('1970-01-01T00:00:00Z', > date:duration($milliseconds div 1000)) > > I used the exslt namespace and imported date.xsl into my stylesheet. > Am I missing something here? There are two ways EXSLT functionality can be provided: as extension functions or as named templates. You have imported the templates and then tried to call the extension functions. Check whether the extension functions are available for your chosen XSLT processor; if not, use the templates (which you invoke using xsl:call-template) Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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