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Re: ORA-SE-311-C: What is the "processor"? (qt-2004Feb0935-01)

From: Henry Zongaro <zongaro@ca.ibm.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 16:11:49 -0400
To: Stephen.Buxton@oracle.com
Cc: public-qt-comments@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF8337516E.425772E6-ON85256F2E.00618090-85256F2E.006EEFFE@ca.ibm.com>

Steve,

     In [1], you submitted the following comment on the Last Call Working 
Draft of XSLT 2.0 and XQuery 1.0 Serialization.

<<
SECTION 4: XML output method

Last sentence concludes with "...if nodes in the model contain
characters that are invalid in XML (introduced, perhaps, by
calling a user-written extension function: this is an error
but the processor is not required to signal it)." It is not
clear what is meant by "processor".  Does this refer to the 
XQuery engine that invoked the user-written extension and 
thereby obtained a corrupt value, or does it refer to the 
XML output method?  Probably the former, since there does 
not appear to be any provision for calling user-written 
functions from the output method.  This could be fixed by
changing "processor" to "XQuery processor".
>>

     Thank you for your comment, which I am handling editorially.

     In response to your comment, and at the suggestion of Michael Kay, 
I've introduced a new term:  serializer.  That term is now used throughout 
the specification.  The only two remaining instances of "processor" are 
qualified and refer to XML processors and XSLT processors.

     I would appreciate if you could check the next draft of the 
specification when it becomes available, and verify that this new term and 
its definition satisfactorily address your comment.

Thanks,

Henry
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