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From shath...@e-z.net
Subject Re: The function local-name was not found
Date Wed, 17 Oct 2012 06:20:30 GMT
> On 10/15/2012 4:51 AM, Sven Thomke wrote:
>> Hello, I'm writing a server application which parses XML and im using
>> XalanC 1.10 to transform the incoming XML to a desired format. What is
>> currently bugging me is that it seems like the function "local-name"
>> does not seem to be implemented. After a failed transformation i check
>> the latest error with "transformer.getLastError()" and this is the
>> error i get:
>>
>> /XPathParserException: The function '{local-name' was not found./
>> /expression = '{local-name()}' Remaining tokens are:  ('{local-name'
>> '(' ')' '}') ([PATH TO XSL-FILE], line 30, column 45)/
>>
>> Is it simply so that i can't use local-name with XalanC or am i doing
>> something wrong?!?!?!?
>>
>> Glad for any sort of answer :)
>> //Sven
>
> Sven,
>
> Since I don't know your code, my comments may not solve your problem.
>
> The XPath Function "local-name" function is declared as a member of class
> XPathProcessorImpl using header file XPathProcessorImpl.hpp and defined
> in the companion XPathProcessorImpl.cpp.
>
> Have you initialized your XPath processor?
>
> If you are using the XalanTransformer, then its initializer should
> automatically initialize the XPath interpreter.
>
> Our current website is: http://xalan.apache.org/xalan-c
>
> Sincerely,
> Steven J. Hathaway
> Xalan Documentation Project
>
>

I also see that "XPath/XPathFunctinTable.cpp" has function "local-name"
set to an undefined function stub.  This may be part of your problem.

But if you implementation uses "XPath/ProcessorImpl" then the "local-name"
is defined and should be usable.

Sincerely,
Steven J. Hathaway



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