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From Miguel <>
Subject Re: Debugging Solr XSL
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2013 09:32:55 GMT

   You can use an online xsl validator, example:
but I think it's better use XSLT editor. It's sure visual studio should 
have someone.


El 13/06/2013 23:45, O. Olson escribió:
> Hi,
> 	I am attempting to transform the XML output of Solr using the
> XsltResponseWriter to HTML.
> This works, but I am wondering if there is a way for me to debug my creation
> of XSL. If there is any problem in the XSL you simply get a stack trace in
> the Solr Output.
> 	For e.g. In adding a HTML Link Tag to my XSL, I forgot the closing i.e. I
> did “>” instead of a “/>”. I would just get a stack trace, nothing to tell
> me what I did wrong. Another time I had a template match that was very
> specific. I expected it to have precedence over the more general template.
> It did not, and I have no clue. I ultimately put in a priority to get my
> expected value.
> 	I am new to XSL. Is there any other free tool that would help me debug XSL
> that Solr would accept? I have Visual Studio (full version) that has XSLT
> debugging – but I have not tried this as yet. Would Solr accept as valid
> what Visual Studio OKs?
> 	I’m sorry I am new to this. I’d be grateful for any pointers.
> Thank you,
> O.O.
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