I am using 9.2.1.5 and patched it to use xquery functions in xpath.
Though it seems that 9.3 has not adopted the patch I sent you a few weeks ago.

Yes, that's correct - it arrived after the code freeze for 9.3. What you are trying to do here - extend the static context for XPath evaluation with XQuery functions - isn't an explicitly supported or tested facility. I need to develop some test cases and see whether this is a facility I want to support before I can incorporate the patch. Thanks for the reminder.

Michael Kay
Saxonica

It may take me a while to switch to 9.3 because the code changes are big.

I am thinking about add namespace declaration to result element through xslt.
XQuery => XdmValue => XSLT => final result
or simply use XSLT to generate this result element I wanted.

Thanks and best regards
Malix

On 12/4/2010 4:02 PM, Michael Kay wrote:
Either use Florent's workaround, or enable XQuery 1.1/3.0. To do this

(a) add "xquery version '3.0';" to the query prolog (or specify the equivalent option on the command line)

(b) use Saxon-PE or -EE 9.3

Michael Kay
Saxonica

On 04/12/2010 06:11, Malix Ren wrote:
Hi Michael,
I created the following XQuery function,

declare namespace xbrldi="http://xbrl.org/2006/xbrldi";
declare function mf:output-explicitMember( $dimName, $dimValue ) as element(){
<xbrldi:explicitMember dimension="{$dimName}">
        {
        namespace {prefix-from-QName($dimName)} {namespace-uri-from-QName($dimName)},
        namespace {prefix-from-QName($dimValue)} {namespace-uri-from-QName($dimValue)},
        $dimValue
        }
</xbrldi:explicitMember>
};

It raised an error message as:

Error on line 510 column 9
  XPST0003: XQuery syntax error in #... namespace {prefix-from-QName#:
    Namespace node constructors are not allowed in XQuery 1.0


Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks and best regards
Malix


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