Hello,I am evaluating Intel XSLT 2.0 processor and interested in the documentaiton for it. Does it have any except XSLT2.0 spec?Is there any non standard funcitonality? Is it support multithreading?Thanks--VM
I was evaluating how Intel XSLT processor works with big files and encounter a problem with it. It's crashes without any information.For test I used documents generated by xMark utility and some bogus transformaiton which converts names and content of the document.In attachment you can find following files:out00.xml - is converted normallyout01.xml - crashes during conversionxMark.xsl - is test stylesheetI used following command to run the processor:soaexslt2.exe xMark.xsl out01.xml result.xml
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I need to know the XSLT2.0 standard complaints of this SOA Expressway processor . Is this support the full features of XSLT2.0 with XPath2.0 model.
With the 2.7 version of SOAE released, is there a new commandline processor going to be available?Is there any effort to make the commandline processor output in some way that will be compatible with Oxygen?http://www.oxygenxml.com/doc/ug-oxygen/index.html?q=/doc/ug-oxygen/topics/configuring-custom-xslt-processors.htmlI'd like to run a set of XSLT unit tests I have developed for the XSLT i use in a SOAE Bundle.
I have a simple stylesheet which crashes the beta 2 processor:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
I could not strip it down further, so I think the problem is some strange interaction between xsl:variable, xsl:for-each and position().
I am using Intel Service Designer and Inter SOA Expressway for creating web services. When i am using matches function inside bpel of designer it is throwingCould not find function: matches. I see designer is using xpath 1.0 with bpel 2.0. My question is, do i have to explicitly download and configure 2.0. Isn't the 2.0 processor included in designer and SOA Expressway? Is there a latest version of designer that includes 2.0 processor?
I am trying to use this processor or the XSL Transformation Run Command in the Soa Expressway Services Designer to quickly run an xsl against some test data as I develop the XSL.I use external function libraries, currently includingxmlns:soae-xf="http://www.intel.com/soae/xpath/"The XSL runs fine when I run the BPEL in the services designer, but trying to run it in as just the XSL Transformation gives me:Unable to resolve call to function 'http://www.intel.com/soae/xpath/:getTime'.The XSLT
With the XML input and stylesheet below I get the following error with Intel's XSLT 2.0 processor:
XSLT Exception at file ""[line 21]XPST0003: Unknown token: ' ' @:21:0
Saxon 9.2 and AltovaXML tools process the files without reporting an error.
Part of the FAQ of the XSL mailing list is the stylesheet http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/processor-version.xsl. When I enter that URL at the command line with Intel's XSLT processor (i.e. calling it with
"C:ProgrammeIntel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0soaexslt2.exe" http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list/processor-version.xsl test2010031601.xml
it crashes. Should providing a URL for the stylesheet be possible?
I have found a problem with the comparison and minimum of xs:dateTime values.
Here are minimal test documents, first the XML input which has a list of 'item' elements with xs:dateTime values:
2009-01-01T12:00:00Z 2009-02-01T12:00:00Z 2010-10-01T12:00:00Z 2010-12-01T12:00:00Z
Now in the stylesheet I want to find the minimum dateTime item element of those item elements which are greater than the current dateTime:
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