Robert Koberg schrieb:You could make a call with the document function (in a non-functional way :) ) to a back end that uses a custom uri resolver that, when receives a certain href, logs/writes the /real/ current-dateTime and returns <nothing/>.
you forgot to add the generate-id + a newly created node to add to the URI. However, the processors you mention use XSLT 1.0. To get the same behavior in XSLT 1.0 you need to be a little bit more creative and use the extension function exslt:node-set (or equivalent for your processor).
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