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From Conny Krappatsch <>
Subject Re: A Bug?
Date Mon, 02 Oct 2000 08:52:16 GMT
That's not a bug.

The XSLT engine uses the namespace uri to determine which elements and
attributes are part of the XSLT grammar. The uri is defined in the XSLT spec.


Dafang Zhang wrote:
> In an XSL stylesheet, for the element xsl:stylesheet, the following
> <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
> xmlns:xsl="">
> works just fine, but if I try to change any words in the name space
> xmlns:xsl attribute, then the stylesheet is not processed.  To see for
> yourself, in the sample/hello-page-html.xsl, please change "Transform" to
> "000Transform" or even "transform" (please notice the small letter 't',)
> then reload the xml page and see what will happen.
> This doesn't make sense to me.  To my knowledge, the name space should be
> required only to be unique.  Is it a Cocoon or Xalan bug, or, am I missing
> something?
> (Env: Cocoon-1.8 with JRun 2.3.3 engine or Tomcat 3.2b4 engine)
> Thanks.
> Dafang Zhang
> Software System Engineer,
> Worldcom
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Conny Krappatsch                    
SMB GmbH                              

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