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Output from XSLT showing if SAXON Licence Features are

Subject: Output from XSLT showing if SAXON Licence Features are enabled or not?
From: "Neil Hunter huntern@xxxxxxx" <xsl-list-service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:33:33 -0000
 Output from XSLT showing if SAXON Licence Features are

Is there a way, within an XSL style sheet, to test whether a Saxon (9.6 EE)
transformation is running with licence features enabled or not? Ideally,
applying the transformation would just return: <result>true</result> or
<result>false</result> accordingly. This might then form the basis for running
an automated test on code deployment.



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