Re: [xep-support] xsl:import - split a stylesheet?

From: G. Ken Holman (
Date: Thu Mar 27 2003 - 06:52:45 PST

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    At 2003-03-27 13:57 +0100, Obenaus, Detlef wrote:
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_cover_front.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_cover_back.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_document_info.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_toc.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_body.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_glossary.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_scripts.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_styles.xsl"/>
    ><xsl:import href="./seminar2pdf_translate_en.xsl"/>
    >Error at fo:block on line 174 of
    >file:/D:/Data/Diet/XSL/Testenviroment/seminar/seminar2pdf_toc.xsl: No
    >attribute-set exists named TOCNumber
    >The attributes-set exist in seminar2pdf_styles.xsl.
    >Could you give me a hint!?

    All top-level constructs are visible to all fragments after all of the
    imported fragments have been assimilated into that which becomes the
    running stylesheet.

    I would venture that perhaps you have a typographical error (upper
    case/lower case?) or a misnamed attribute on the set that is not being
    flagged by the processor.

    If everything looks kosher, then I would question the conformance of the
    XSLT processor ... but I'd rather think it was somewhere hidden in the markup.

    Rearranging the fragments will *only* have an effect on like-named
    top-level constructs ... if there are none, then the order is irrelevant.

    I hope this helps.

    ............... Ken

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