[xsl] [XSLT2] setting context inside funcdefs
Subject: [xsl] [XSLT2] setting context inside funcdefs|
From: Tobias Reif <tobiasreif@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 13:26:57 +0100
Inside function definitions, is there a way to set the context to that
of the function call, so that I can write "local-name()" etc?
Or should I pass in the context node as argument, in addition to all the
local params visible to the function call.
Then I probably would write s.th. like
"local-name($callers_context-node)"; which is more typing ...
"When a stylesheet function is called, the focus within the body of the
function is initially undefined. [ERR006] When the focus is undefined,
evaluation of any expression that references the context item, context
position, or context size results in a dynamic error. The processor must
signal the error."
" [ERR075] Within the body of a stylesheet function, the focus is
initially undefined; this means that any attempt to reference the
context item, context position, or context size is a dynamic error. The
processor must signal the error. It is not possible within the body of
the stylesheet function to access the values of local variables that
were in scope in the place where the function call was written. Global
variables, however, remain available."
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