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Old August 24th, 2006, 07:13 AM
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Thanx for the info. I was trying to do it with the saxon processor inside an xslt document. with the document() function.
I want to use the saxon 2.0 processor and have to test xml against a specific standard and generate a findings report of it. I don't know what the content of the .xml document is, I only know what node should be in it and want to test if it is a wellformed document and is including the node I want to test, before I even start the report.xsl.

Does this mean I first have to parse/load the xml document (even if it is a big one) in Java before I can call the xslt template? or can i call some java command inside the xslt?
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