XMLSpy is correct in that select is not valid on call-template in XSLT 1.0; it specifies a "name" attribute instead: xsl:call-template name="myNamedTemplate." XT is, now, a rather old program that does not fully support all aspects of the XSLT language. I do not know if there is anything in the cookbook stylesheets that requires the use of XT, but I would suggest that you try a newer XSLT processor, such as Saxon-- http://saxon.sourceforge.net .
Also, I do believe that Michael Fox is in the process of finishing up a new version of the cookbook stylesheets.
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At 10:28 PM 9/29/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>I'm beginning to use the 4.3. version of XMLSpy.
>Using my EAD files and an adapted version of my own of Cookbook stylesheet
>style 1 (or any other), the XMLSpy refuses to transform the files unde the
>pretext that "tha attribute "select" is not valid in "xsl:call-template".
>Nevertheless, if I use XT at the prompt line, the process goes without
>Would anyone have some explanation for this?
>Thank you for your attention
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