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[Bug 9069] Function to invoke an XSLT transformation

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--- Comment #8 from Jonathan Robie <jonathan.robie@redhat.com>  2010-09-15 14:44:03 ---
(In reply to comment #7)
> We're currently talking about adding an immutable map to XSLT as a new data
> type (the put operation would return a new map). There appear to be a number of
> possible efficient implementations. It would be ideally suited for this
> purpose, because unlike the mechanism used for serialization parameters, the
> values can be any data type (including nodes), not only strings.

If this function is in F&O, how would an XQuery implementation invoke it using
an immutable map? Would that require adding an immutable map to XQuery as well?
Would this be a new type in the data model?

Would a map also have an XML serialization?

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