Re: [xsl] msxsl.exe doesn't show xsl:message

Subject: Re: [xsl] msxsl.exe doesn't show xsl:message
From: Corey_Haines@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 08:56:07 -0500
>From the MSDN documentation for <xsl:message />

The <xsl:message> element provides a mechanism to debug XSL Transformations (XSLT) style 
sheets in progress. Whenever an <xsl:message> element is encountered, if the terminate flag is set to "yes" (the default), then the XSLT processor quits, and 
sends a system-level error message. Expressions contained within the <xsl:message> element evaluate relative to the current context, making message a good way to watch individual elements.
If terminate is set to "no", then the Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML) 3.0 ignores the 
command. This is a good way to disable error handling without removing it 
entirely from your Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) style sheet, 
although upcoming implementations can send such messages out to a log 
file. (This is not currently supported.)
It doesn't look like the message gets sent to the console. Just sends a 
system-level error message.


"Bryan Rasmussen" <bry@xxxxxxxxxx>
03/27/2002 08:15 AM
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anyone know how to get xsl:message passed through to the console window 
running msxsl.exe?

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