AW: Altova XSLT parser / was: PARAMS and VARIABLES in
A part of our department also uses the Altova XML Spy yet, but I changed to use the Oxygen XML Editor since I reported a bug about XML Spy occasionally stopping a batch transformation process, if one of the stylesheets involved is open (which is veeeery disturbing). Although I reported the bug about a year ago, I never heard about a bugfix or whatever... best regards, Roman > -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- > Von: Mukul Gandhi [mailto:gandhi.mukul@xxxxxxxxx] > Gesendet: Donnerstag, 01. Februar 2007 19:05 > An: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Betreff: Re: Altova XSLT parser / was: PARAMS and > VARIABLES in XSL > > On 2/1/07, Joe Fawcett <joefawcett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I, on the other hand thought, their approach to customer > relations dreadful. > > My firm at the time bought six fully licensed copies, before I > > arrived, which were not used for a couple of months until I > arrived to > > work on a big XSLT project. > > When I started using it in earnest I found a bug in the > document() function. > > I tried to contact Altova for support but we were told that > as it was > > more than a month since purchase we were not entitled to > any. It cost > > them somewhat as we were going to buy licences for the remaining > > twelve people in the department. > > I haven't used much, XML Spy's built-in XSLT engine. I always > used XML Spy to invoke another XSLT engine (like Xalan-J or Saxon). > > But my stylesheet development productivity (esp. XSL-FO) > increased a lot using XML Spy, as it provides good auto-fill > feature and stylesheet debugging facility. > > -- > Regards, > Mukul Gandhi
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