Re: [xsl] xsl:element will not create an output element, in any context

Subject: Re: [xsl] xsl:element will not create an output element, in any context
From: N David Brown <orieldave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 01 Jun 2007 11:39:31 +0000
One last thing guys, if you're willing to help:

Now using normal XHTML elements in the XSL file, eg.


works fine.

Similarly, using:

   <xsl:element name="ul">

works great.

However, using elements:

   <xsl:element name="xhtml:ul">

Produces '<xhtml:ul>...</xhtml:ul>' in the output XML.

I've changed the namespace to '../1999/xhtml' (lower case) now, so that's ok. Why doesn't it work when using the namespace in the QName? *puzzled*

Many thanks.

- Dave

David Carlisle wrote:
Why is the namespace not correct?
because it's got the wrong characters in it.
the xhtml namespace is
and you declared (but didn't use)
which is a different namespace.

I just tested the link...
Whether a server serves anything from a URI has no relationship to
whether that URI is usable as a namespace for a particular vocabulary.
Thw w3c server  rewrites the URI to lowercase if it would otherwise
fail a GET request which is a convenience if you are trying to get web
pages, but irrelevant to namespace processing which is case sensitive.


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