Re: Is an XPath processor responsible for catching mi
Colin Adams wrote: Hi > As far as an XSLT processor is concerned, there is no such > thing as a mis-spelt element in an XPath. If the XPath is > syntatically correct, then that is fine. But because an SA processor has this knowledge (it knows the schema), it could give very interesting warnings about non-sense XPaths. I mean XPaths that could never match anything given that schema. Of course that would not mean that's an error, but an option to emit warnings or even treat them as errors could be very interesting IMHO. Regards, --drkm _____________________________________________________________________________ Ne gardez plus qu'une seule adresse mail ! Copiez vos mails vers Yahoo! Mail http://mail.yahoo.fr
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