Re: [xsl] Fallback from document() error

Subject: Re: [xsl] Fallback from document() error
From: Miloslav Nic <nicmila@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2001 13:58:16 +0100
I would gladly accept any form of exception handling.

I have proposed xsl:fallback as it is already a part of XSLT spec
so the only syntactic change is an increase in the number of elements
xsl:fallback can be used in and I do not consider reasonable to have 2
different exception mechanisms in one language.

Are there any plans from XSLT working group?

Kay Michael wrote:
> There is certainly a need for some kind of exception handling mechanism
> here, though I'm not sure xsl:fallback is the right answer.
> Mike Kay
> > Being quite often plagued by problems with
> > document('foo.xml') function when foo() does not exist
> > I was wandering about means how to solve it.
> >
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