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Subject: xt defining namespaces using java:
From: "Smith BC (Brian) at MSXSSC" <BS185791@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 16:41:44 -0500
namespaces in java
In James clark examples he usually uses http://xxxxx
to define the location of where his className resides.
I had assumed that file://xxxx would work, but after 
playing with it I am now not sure that file://xxx works.

In the examples James uses xmlns="java:...MXMLOutputHandler"
once.  I have not seen this type of url before, and I have
not been able to get it to work.   does xmlns="java:
work with the following:

<xsl:value-of select="w:helloword()"
           xmlns:w=java:sqlxml" />

I assume that java would use the classpath to resolve this,
but have not been able to get any variation to work.

Brian Smith

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