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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 20381] - XSLTC: top-level xsl:variable with document() breaks
Date Tue, 06 Jul 2004 15:59:22 GMT
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XSLTC: top-level xsl:variable with document() breaks





------- Additional Comments From morten@apache.org  2004-07-06 15:59 -------
This actually seems to be a problem with XSLTC and variables that are declared
inside templates as well. I have seen the same effect when I declare a variable
that uses the document() function inside a template. In my case all global
variables magically change their values to contain nodes in the imported
doocument. Do global variables contain a document ID (meaning they can only
contain nodes from a single document)? If so could this document ID somehow
have been changed?

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