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Re: [xsl] Complex type as the 'xsl:variable/@as' value

From: David Carlisle <davidc@--------->
Date: 11/17/2005 4:54:00 PM
>    XPST0003: SequenceType syntax error a

the as=... attribute has to be a sequence type.
ie it has to match

which means that you can refer to schema-defined atomic types but
structure must be expressed in terms of the XPath sequence type
constructors, not by reference to a named schema type.

You can refer to a schema defined complex type using [xsl:]type, but not
on xsl:variable.



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