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You could try parsing it with an earlier version of Saxon, like 6.5.5 to 
see if that will work for you.

http://saxon.sourceforge.net/#F6.5.5

Michele R Combs wrote:
> Yes, I know they are.  I was just explaining why we updated our version
> of Saxon -- it was because the older version of Saxon that we had (it
> was VERY old!) required the JVM and our IT people don't like JVM due to
> security holes.  
> 
> The problem I'm having has nothing to do with JVM, you're right, it's
> clearly related to Saxon itself.  As I said, somehow a portion of our
> style sheet is being disregarded by this current version of Saxon.  Will
> simply changing my style sheet to 2.0 will fix my problem?  It didn't
> seem so but maybe I missed something?
> 
> Thanks --
> 
> Michele
> 
> -----Original Message-----
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> Of Mark Carlson
> Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 4:27 PM
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> Subject: Re: EAD to HTML, Saxon, and meta tags
> 
> JVM and Saxon are two separate things.  There is no real benefit to 
> using the new version of Saxon with as XSLT 1.0 stylesheet and the older
> 
> versions of Saxon should still work with the new version of JVM.  There 
> are some speed improvements in Saxon after version 6.53, but other than 
> that, the only real benefit is if you are parsing an XSLT 2.0
> stylesheet.
>