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What are good parser choices for xslt2.0.


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My first choice would be Saxon, but it depends on where you are going to use it. Saxon has a Java and a .NET implementation. Gestalt is another one but I have no personal experience of that.

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And the third option is AltovaXml.

Saxon seems to be the processor of choice for most people.

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Saxon 9.0 -

AltovaXML is good but SAXON is much better. It has many more features than Altova (e.g. collection() function)
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