David, thanks for the response ,
 
below is output document after transformation ,
 
you can see that com prefix is added(<com:GenericDocument) , but defenition is missing , but style sheet has defenition  as
xmlns:com="com.ekaplus.commons.document" 
 
output document:
 
<com:GenericDocument document_Id="ERROR_DOC" description="Error document after validation" name="Error response document" created_date="2009-10-26"><com:PropertyData><com:PropertyData pkey="Status" pvalue="FAILED"><com:PropertyData pkey="Message" pvalue="ERR_CP_001"><com:PropertyData pkey="MessageDescr" pvalue="NAME_1 is missing in source document"/></com:PropertyData></com:PropertyData></com:PropertyData></com:GenericDocument>
 
 
Regards
Brijesh N K

On Tue, Nov 3, 2009 at 12:43 PM, David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk> wrote:

> When I print the content of err_doc variable , I get the documetn without
> namespace declaration(though namespace prefix(com) is added without
> declarion) , as follows

unless you use disable-output-escaping or character maps you should
never get output that is not namespace well formed unless there is a bug
 what do you mean by "print" is the com prefix already in scope in the
output document for example?

you still appear to be using saxon:assign and  very verbose style which
makes it very hard to read the stylesheet.



       <xsl:variable name="err_doc">


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           <xsl:element name="GenericDocument"
namespace="com.ekaplus.commons.document">
               <xsl:attribute name="document_Id">
                   <xsl:value-of select="'ERROR_DOC'"/>
               </xsl:attribute>

               <xsl:attribute name="description">
                   <xsl:value-of select="'Error document after
validation'"/>
               </xsl:attribute>


               <xsl:attribute name="name">
                   <xsl:value-of select="'Error response document'"/>
               </xsl:attribute>
               <xsl:attribute name="created_date">
                   <xsl:value-of select="'2009-10-26'"/>
               </xsl:attribute>


               <xsl:element name="PropertyData"
namespace="com.ekaplus.commons.document">
                   <xsl:element name="PropertyData"
namespace="com.ekaplus.commons.document">
                       <xsl:attribute name="pkey">
                           <xsl:value-of select="'Status'"/>
                       </xsl:attribute>
                       <xsl:attribute name="pvalue">
                           <xsl:value-of select="'FAILED'"/>
                       </xsl:attribute>


                       <xsl:call-template name="applyTemplateForError"/>
                   </xsl:element>
               </xsl:element>
           </xsl:element>

       </xsl:variable>


could be


       <xsl:variable name="err_doc" xmlns="com.ekaplus.commons.document">


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           <GenericDocument  document_Id="ERROR_DOC
                             description="Error document after validation"
                             name="Error response document"/
                             created_date"2009-10-26">
            <PropertyData>
                    <PropertyData pkey="Status" pvalue="FAILED">
                       <xsl:call-template name="applyTemplateForError"/>
                    </PropertyData>
           </PropertyData>
          </GenericDocument>
       </xsl:variable>

which is rather easier to read/debug.



> I am afraid , this is more of xslt specific question than saxon , i
> apologise for that

xsl-list is better for general xsl-questions.

David


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