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Re: [xsl] Effective boolean value is not defined for a sequence of two or more items starting with a numeric value

From: Florent Georges <lists@------------>
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Date: 4/15/2008 10:57:00 AM
Vyacheslav Sedov wrote:

>     tokenize($uri,'/')[1 to (last()-1)]

  Within '[' and ']' is a predicate.  It is evaluated for each item, to
see if the item is include or not in the sequence.  It must result to a
boolean.  If it is not of type xs:boolean, its EBV is taken.  But an
EBV is not defined for a sequence of integers.  (the special case of an
integer is a shortcut for position() eq i)

  I guess what you are after is:

    tokenize($uri,'/')[position() ne last()]

  Regards,

--drkm





















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