This sounds like a Schematron question rather than a Saxon question.

I'm afraid I don't know Schematron well enough to help you.

Michael Kay
Saxonica

On 28/11/2012 18:18, Paul M wrote:
I have a schematron file that I would like to do the following:
 <let name="myelem" value="<myelem>some node...
 
 In xsl I could do the following:
 <xsl:variable name="mynode">
  <elema>aaa</elema>
 </xsl:variable>
 Then use it elsewhere:
 <xsl:copy-of select="$mynode" />
 
 From what I have read, I would need to override process-prolog to do this in schematron.
 
 I am using saxon and iso_svrl to compile schematron into xsl.
 How do I now "use" process-prolog…the actualy iso-schematron xsl or iso-saxon xsl?
 
This is the  way to assign a node to variable in schematron? Not quite seeing it.
 
 


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