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Sawers, Mark

Hello. I haven’t been able to get any XSL on http://www.mnot.net/webdesc/ to transform any WADL, even the most simple WADL. I’ve used IE7, Firefox 3 and the suggested Saxon (Java version) utility.


If I use wadl_documentation-2006-10.xsl, I get an error “Namespace 'http://exslt.org/common' does not contain any functions.” The web site warned me about EXSLT node-set support and recommends Saxon. That complains as well. The browsers and Saxon take the other two xsl docs, wadl_documentation-2006-07.xsl and wadl_documentation.xsl, but give nearly empty, in Saxon’s case, or just echo back the XML doc, in the browsers.


I tried using wadl 1.0 from w3c as well as wadl referenced in the xsl, at http://research.sun.com/wadl/2006/10.


Am I missing something?



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