NameSpace declarations

Subject: NameSpace declarations
From: Brian Jones <Brianj@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 09:19:16 -0700
I am having problems with parsers and namespace declarations. I have been
using <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl=""; >. This has
worked wonderfully well for the most basic xsl transformations; value-of,
for-each, attribute but has choked on xsl:number and numeric calculations.

I have tried the following namespace as defined by xmlspy but heck it does
not work at all either in xmlspy or MS XSLDebugger.
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"

I am not sure how the name spaces work inside of parsers. Where can I find a
resource on namespaces, what they truly define and what pasers understand
them?  Thanks

I am using IE5 I have installed MSXML3.0 but it is running in side by side
mode. I installed the bets 3.5 of XML Spy trial version I want to buy the
full version but not if it can not truly do its own transformations.

So i guess this has spawned another question. I like the features of MS XSL
Debugger (being able to step through the transformation) is there another
product out there that will let me do this as well?

Brian Jones

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