[xsl] Saxon Servlet XSLT Version 2.0 Implementation Problem

Subject: [xsl] Saxon Servlet XSLT Version 2.0 Implementation Problem
From: Gary Cornelius <gary.cornelius@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 09:28:31 +0100

I have been trying to test XSLT version 2.0 with the saxon serlvet code. My
problem is that the servlet code only appears to run version 1.0 syntax
trouble free and actually complains about almost all version 2.0 syntax.  My
set up is as follows...

1. My URL access

2. Files uploaded to my web host
+ webapps
  + saxon
    - books.xsl
    - books.xml
    + WEB-INF
      + lib
        - saxon7.jar
        - saxon7-jdom.jar
        - saxon7-sql.jar
      + classes
        - SaxonServlet.java
        - SaxonServlet.class
      + tmp
      + work

In order to run my version 2.0 syntax I am not sure whether I need to amend
the servlet code I have in some way, or ask my web host to change some of
their settings that are conflicting with my implementation. Can anyone help?



PS  Also, some people have mentioned that implementing the servlet can be a
security risk because people can execute their own xslt using it...
possibly, with evil xslt extension functions that eMail rude mail and wipe
the server hard drive, does anyone know of an easy way to protect against

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