Thanks for the tip Wolfgang! This solves the problem.
However, is this a solution, or a workaround? I mean, why must the xupdate have be modified because of the document's namespace. If I were aplying an xsl to my document, I wouldn't have to modify it, because of the document's namespace. So why does the xupdate have to be?
From: Wolfgang Meier <wolfgang@ex...>
> When I store a document with a default namespace (i.e. <ROOT
> xmlns="http://abc.com/somenamespace"></ROOT>) on the root node, I cannot
> xupdate it (no errors, just fails).
For the xupdate to work, specify a namespace prefix in the xupdate
element and use this prefix within the select:
<xu:update xmlns:t="http://abc.com/somenamespace" select="/t:ROOT">
I tested this with the latest snapshot version.