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Is there any way to handle exceptions(parse and runtime errors) in xslt?

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Any code that is processing an Xslt operation could potentially throw exceptions (such as a .NET assembly) however, I don't think it's possible to do so directly within the context of Xslt itself, if this is what you are asking.

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No, this isn't possible in standard XSLT.

Saxon-SA has a try/catch extension.

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