Bug ID: 26801
Summary: [XT30] evaluate-026 should raise XTTE3210,
evaluate-023 should raise XTTE0780
Product: XPath / XQuery / XSLT
Version: Last Call drafts
OS: Windows NT
Component: XSLT 3.0 Test Suite
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The test currently raises XPTY0004, but the spec states:
"The as attribute, if present, indicates the required type of the result.
[....]. This may cause a type error if conversion is not possible."
[ERR XTTE0780] If the as attribute [of xsl:function ] is specified, then the
result evaluated by the sequence constructor (see 5.8 Sequence Constructors) is
converted to the required type, using the function conversion rules. It is a
type error if this conversion fails.
So: there seems to be no specific error to use with evaluate-023 (which has a
type error in the result), however, I would argue that XTTE0780 makes an
excellent candidate. Or should we update the spec and create a specific error
for this case? It seems to me that XPTY0004 is actually reserved for XPath type
errors, not necessarily for XSLT-conversion-to-required-as-type.
That test currently raises XPTY0004, while the spec states:
[ERR XTTE3210] If the result of evaluating the context-item expression is a
sequence containing more than one item, then a type error is signaled.
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