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[Bug 6581] static-context-1 ʱis-XPath2

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Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2009 18:25:36 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Jin <jin.phd@gmail.com>  2009-02-14 18:25:36 ---
My problem is:
is static-context-1 the XPath2 grammar? Why is-XPath2="true" in the
XQTSCatalog.xml?


static-context-1:
(:*******************************************************:)
(:Test: static-context-1                                 :)
(:Written By: Carmelo Montanez                           :)
(:Date: July 12, 2006                                    :)
(:Purpose: Evaluate error condition XPST0001             :)
(:*******************************************************:)

declare namespace test = 'http://www.example.com'; 

(: insert-start :)
declare variable $input-context1 external;
(: insert-end :)

<a/> instance of element(*, test:unknownType)


but in the XQTSCatalog.xml:
<test-case is-XPath2="true" name="static-context-1"
FilePath="Basics/StaticContext/" scenario="runtime-error" Creator="Carmelo
Montanez">
                  <description>Evaluates an expression relies on some component
of the static context that has not been assigned a value.</description>
                  <spec-citation spec="XQuery" section-number="2.1.1"
section-title="Static Context" section-pointer="static_context"/>
                  <query name="static-context-1" date="2006-07-12"/>
                  <input-file role="principal-data"
variable="input-context1">emptydoc</input-file>
                  <expected-error>XPST0001</expected-error>
                  <expected-error>XPTY0004</expected-error>                  
                </test-case>

Why is-XPath2="true"?


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