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I will prepare these test cases, but I've alread mentioned that these files work flawlessly with Xalan, which is a C-based validating XSLT processor. I assume that XML::XSLT is keeping with the same standard. Also, if it were simply a problem with the xsl/xml, wouldn't you think there would be a more descriptive error, such as: "element illegal" or "element {some element} not found" as opposed to a generic "element not found," as if there was no input at all?

If anyone else has had success with XML::XSLT, please post your code; I'm certain I am just doing something wrong when calling it, but I don't know what. Thanks.

Oh, and here are the links for my current .xsl and .xml files:

In reply to Re^4: XML::XSLT problem by bosshoff
in thread XML::XSLT problem by bosshoff

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