The only thing wrong with this is that Java doesn’t like relative URIs of the form file:foo.html. If you remove the “file:” prefix, and ensure that there is a base output URI (typically by using the –o option on the command line) then this example works fine.


Michael Kay


From: [] On Behalf Of Roger Kovack
Sent: 11 March 2004 01:24
Subject: [saxon] Nesting xsl:result-document


I assume this is a silly idea and not expected to work:

<xsl:result-document href="file:foo.html">
    <xsl:result-document href="file:bar.xml">

At least it doesn't work and doesn't report exceptions. Sometimes my OutputURIResolver reports funny things.

Saxon 7.8.

Roger Kovack

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