RE: doc-available vs. exists(document)
Now that I have my transformation working, I got to wondering why doc-available() and document() work a bit differently on their inputs. If document() can find the file, why doesn't doc-available() use the same rules? I would think that I would check document availability, then use the same value to actually open the document. There must have been a reason for the difference. Is there an (easy) explanation for this? Thanks, Mike This email and any attachments are only for use by the intended recipient(s) and may contain legally privileged, confidential, proprietary or otherwise private information. Any unauthorized use, reproduction, dissemination, distribution or other disclosure of the contents of this e-mail or its attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately and delete the original.
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