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Re: [xsl] Error resolving the default value of a parameter in xsl:sort@order
Subject: Re: [xsl] Error resolving the default value of a parameter in xsl:sort@order|
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 21:33:07 GMT
> My understanding is that it should use the default value
> of 'ascending'
yes but you defined the default to be select="ascending" which is the
sequence (most likely empty) of <ascending> elements, that are children
of the document root. This isn't what you meant, use
> and indeed it appears to correctly resolve the default value
> of $sortBy when needed.
well that is the sequene of id elements so most lilely also (), you want
select="'id'" there as well.
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