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>I tried thr following XSL code and found that "Hello World" displayed, but nothing else.

Difficult without seeing your source document (and since it looks like HL7 I would really rather not see it, it would spoil my evening). On the surface, the xsl:for-each has selected an element, the xsl:copy-of must therefore copy the element. So I think it has to be the conclusion: the bug is not in the code you have shown us, so it must be somewhere else. Your next step is to put together a demonstration of the problem that is complete enough for anyone to run, but concise enough to make that a practical proposition. At least you've now eliminated the extension function call as irrelevant to the problem.

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