Re: [xsl] How to determine element-type ?

Subject: Re: [xsl] How to determine element-type ?
From: Goetz Bock <bock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2001 16:49:56 +0200
On Mon, Apr 23 '01 at 16:33, Mengel Andre (FV/SLM) * wrote:
> refering to an XML-File and its apropriate Schema-File, I want determine the
> type of the simple content elements in the XML-File. 
> For example 
> <float>10.0<float>
> would be the float Type.
> Is it possible to determine the type of a simple content element within
> an XSL-Stylesheet by using the apropriate Schema ?
No, XSL-T 1.0 does not know anything about schemas, you could write your
own extension function (to check for a datatype).
Or, if you just want to know how <float/> is defined in your Schema. you
could write some XSL-T that searches for the definition.
This would not check wether a given element's value is of type float, it
could just tell you that it ought to be a float.


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