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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23615] - XSLTC doesn't work with nodeset functions
Date Mon, 24 Oct 2005 14:58:05 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From minchau@ca.ibm.com  2005-10-24 16:58 -------
New bugs, or modifications to existing bugs should be made using JIRA. Some 
time ago tracking of bugs and issues moved from bugzilla to JIRA at:
http://issues.apache.org/jira

Everyone is free to view public issues there, but if you want to create a bug 
or an issue, or comment on one you will need a JIRA account.
Before you create a new JIRA account you should check if one hasn't already 
been created for you.

In the migration from Bugzilla to JIRA, people who had previously created or 
updated Bugzilla bugs should already have a JIRA Username that is the same as
their Bugzilla Username. So you should first enter your Userid in the JIRA 
login panel and click the "Forgot Password" link to get the password that JIRA 
has set for this new account
e-mailed to you. Otherwise you will need to create a JIRA account.

To find a migrated issue, including this one, the JIRA home page has a text 
field in which you can enter the old Bugzilla number and go straight to the 
JIRA issue,
for XalanJ2 the issue keys are not numbers of are of the form XALANJ-##### 
where ##### is a number, but not related to the old Bugzilla number.

That makes this particular issue now tracked under XALANJ-????

Regards,
Brian Minchau

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