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Re: [xsl] XML transformation based on parameters

From: Emiliano Pecis <emiliano.pecis@--------->
To:
Date: 4/16/2009 12:51:00 AM
Yes, Michael. It uses xalan. I know it is a processor specific issue,
but my question is more general:
can XSLT 1.0 use extension functions? I tried with xalan:nodeset or
even with exslt one, but it continues
to return: "Invalid conversion from 'node-set' to..."

thanks,
e.



2009/4/16 Michael Kay <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>
> It looks to me as if you are using Xalan as your XSLT processor. The kinds
> of object you can pass as parameters depend on the processor you are using,
> so you should check the processor-specific documentation (or on a
> processor-specific help forum).
>
> Passing a string when a node-set is expected definitely feels wrong; I
> wouldn't expect a processor to parse the string by way of an automatic
> conversion.
>
>
> Michael Kay
> http://www.saxonica.com/
>
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Emiliano Pecis [mailto:emiliano.pecis@xxxxxxxxx]
>> Sent: 15 April 2009 23:32
>> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: Re: [xsl] XML transformation based on parameters
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'm facing out a conversion issue: when I try to pass a XML
>> fragment as input parameter to XSLT, it returns the following error:
>>
>> cannot convert from  'java.lang.String' to 'node-set'
>>
>> If I try to pass it as xml object it fails with the following error:
>>
>> cannot convert from
>> 'org.apache.xmlbeans.impl.store.Xobj$DocumentXobj@f0e06a' to
>> 'node-set'
>>
>> I have seen some suggestions regarding the use of "extension
>> functions" of processor, I but I didn't understand what
>> exactely I should do.
>>
>> Thanks!
>> emiliano
>>
>>
>>
>> 2009/4/15 David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>:
>> >
>> >> Because it must be namespace agnostic! Is there an other way to
>> >> ignore namespace prefix?
>> >
>> > others have suggested ways of doing this, but the real
>> answer is not
>> > to be agnostic. The whole point of namespaces is to uniquely
>> > distinguish elements that are in different namespaces.
>> >
>> > There are always exceptions but a working assumption would be that
>> > your input design would be better if the param element were
>> always in
>> > the same namespace (or no namespace). If you have param elements in
>> > different namespaces which must be treated identically, why
>> are they
>> > in different namespaces?
>> >
>> > David
>> >
>> >
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