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Performing Error Handling With Xslt


The default is yes. Category: instruction Content: ( sequence-constructor , xsl:catch , ( xsl:catch | xsl:fallback )* ) Permitted parent elements: any XSLT element whose content model is sequence-constructor; any literal result element Attributes select? Saxonica ▷Saxon ▷XSLT Elements ▷ xsl:tryAbout SaxonUsing this DocumentationChange HistoryLicensingConfigurationUsing XSLTUsing XQuerySource DocumentsSchema ProcessingXPath API for JavaSaxon on .NETExtensibilitySaxon ExtensionsSample Saxon ApplicationsSaxon Requires Saxon-PE or Saxon-EE. have a peek at these guys

Implemented since Saxon 9.6. Available in XSLT 3.0. Notes on the Saxon implementationNote that within an xsl:try instruction, disable-output-escaping has no effect. (According to the specification, "when writing to a final result tree that is not being serialized, the rollback-output? boolean The value no is used to relax the requirement to recover result trees when failures occur in the course of evaluating the xsl:try instruction.