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[Bug 28494] [QT3TS] step-expr-si-1"

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Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 11:03:45 +0000
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Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
For reference this test is in prod/FLWORExpr.xml

The essence of the test is

let $baseElement as empty-sequence() := $extended/baseElement 
        return $baseElement

where $extended/baseElement actually selects something.

By XPTY0005 I think you mean XPST0005. I agree that XPST0005 is a reasonably

I'm not happy with the idea that the query can validly return an empty
sequence. I know that almost anything can be justified under "errors and
optimizations", but this seems a bit extreme. I would argue that it violates at
least the spirit of the rule "If a processor evaluates an operand E (wholly or
in part), then it is required to establish that the actual value of the operand
E does not violate any constraints on its cardinality." - the intended effect
of this rule is that you can short-cut evaluation of a sequence, but not in
such a way that you fail to detect cardinality errors.

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