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Re: probably a XPath mistake
Hmm, I will discuss it with our legal departement, because they are
already over their heads with sorting out the different licenses that
go with the libraries we use and that have to be integrated in our
license before we can release a first version.
Anyway, thanks, now I at least know what was going wrong and why it
did work in JDK 5. The processor in both JDK 5 and 6 is Xalan I
thought, but I can't find any version info about which version is
Nico Van Cleemput
On 30 Jan 2007, at 09:58, Michael Kay wrote:
This does look as if the JDK 5 processor had a pretty nasty bug.
The code seems to be written on the assumption that
will select data from EMBEDDING.XML; but the context node at the
time is in
GRAPH.XML, so that is where the key should search. I'm afraid the
this in XSLT 1.0 is tedious: my advice, since you're switching
anyway, would be to switch to XSLT 2.0 and Saxon, where you can write
key('vertex', @from, $embedding)
having declared the global variable:
<xsl:variable name="embedding" select="/"/>
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