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RE: Re: [xsl] transforming something with a namespace
Subject: RE: Re: [xsl] transforming something with a namespace|
Date: Fri, 02 Feb 2007 21:40:40 -0500
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From: Sam Carleton <scarleton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Fri, 2 Feb 2007 20:44:32 -0500
Subject: Re: [xsl] transforming something with a namespace
You bring up a very interesting question. I have always been working
in the Microsoft world so I have always been limited to XSLT 1.0, but
this project is a PHP 5.2.0 program. I just looked and I see that PHP
5.2.0 is using Libxslt, but I cannot tell if Libxslt supports XSLT2.
I see that it implements most of EXSLT, what ever that is, so I am
assuming that is is XSLT2 compliant. Do you know?
If it is, can you give me a little more info on
default-xpath-namespace, I googled it and did not find any good
examples, and I am not smart enough to understand the official specs.
On 2/2/07, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I know this is a dumb question,
Not really, It's a faq,
> I tried adding xmlns="urn://www.photoparata.com/events.xsd" to the
> root element of the XSLT, but that did not work.
xmlns:p="urn://www.photoparata.com/events.xsd" to xsl:stylesheet then
(unprefixed names in xpath 1, are like unprefixed attribute names and refer
If you are using xslt2 you have the new option of using unprefixed names
in xpaths and instead setting default-xpath-namespace=... on your