Re: [xsl] Re: Re: Re: AW: AW: global variable and position() once more

Subject: Re: [xsl] Re: Re: Re: AW: AW: global variable and position() once more
From: fe.sola@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2003 21:49:09 -0400
Thank you Dimitre, I went to the site and read about it, it looks like I won't 
be able to keep testing the stylesheets in XMLSpy, but at least I know now the MS .NET 
Framework might work, the whole application should be developed in VS .NET.
Funny though that I made a search over the MSDN on EXSLT and it gave me no results :\

These zip packages in the site are only the definition files of the extended 
Mensaje citado por Dimitre Novatchev <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>:

> <fe.sola@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> news:1062534935.3f54ff17c5c1d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Hello again Dimitre:
> > The following code gives me the error:
> > "Error in XPath expression, function not in namespace"
> > <xsl:variable name="vStructured"
> > select="ext:node-set($vrtfStructured)"/>
> > I tried supresisng the ext denoting the namespace, but again the error.
> > tia
> > Lizet
> Hi Lizet,
> The transformation works on any EXSLT-aware XSLT processor. In case you
> don't have such you have read the documentation about and to use the
> vendor-provided xxx:node-set() extension function, where the namespace-uri
> and even the function name are vendor-specific.
> To my knowledge, the following XSLT processors implement to a smaller or a
> bigger extent EXSLT:
> Saxon, XalanJ, XalanC, 4xslt, MS .Net xslTransform and MSXML4 (they require
> additional installation for the EXSLT support), JD, xsltLib/xsltProc.
> =====
> Cheers,
> Dimitre Novatchev.
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