RE: [xsl] I'm really annoyed!!!!

Subject: RE: [xsl] I'm really annoyed!!!!
From: "FINLEY, Mike" <Mike.FINLEY@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:46:44 -0000
This is the wrong namespace. You should be using MSXML 3.0 supports both, but they are
significantly different. should be avoided
unless you want compatibility with the older MSXML implementation.
-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Newman [mailto:daniel.newman@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 27 February 2001 11:14
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [xsl] I'm really annoyed!!!!

I'm currently using the latest version of Microsoft's XMLDOM object MSXML3
on our server, but for some reason, whenever I try to use any function
that's a little bit away from the complete basic, my ASP page (this is how
I'm displaying the transformation) complains about exception errors, so
guessing that must mean I'm limited to certain functions. I can't seem to
use <xsl:text>, or even <xsl:call-template>. Now I can get by without the
text command, but there's no way I can not use the call-template. I'm using
the namespace. Is this wrong? I'm getting very
fed up with this language, so can anyone please help?????  and quickly,
before I burn the server..

Daniel Newman.

Bis-Web Ltd.
Tel: 01993 880614
Fax: 01993 881625

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