Re: New XPath Filter Transform

I believe that "include" is set intersection of the input
node set with the xpath-selected regions; "exclude" is set
subtraction. So, no; the resultant node set cannot contain
a node which is not contained in the input node set.


>I'll defer your question to John but apoligize that I didn't publish the 
>editorially tweaked version (with some renaming, schema, and namespace). 
>The latest version is at:
>On Thursday 07 March 2002 00:29, TAMURA Kent wrote:
>> In message "New XPath Filter Transform"
>>     on 02/02/07, Joseph Reagle <> writes:
>> > Thoughts? (On these syntax issues, or implementation performance)
>> >
>> > [1]
>> Does this transform ignore the input nodeset except the root
>> node?  Does a resultant nodeset contain a node which is not
>> contained in the input nodeset but it is selected by
>> SignatureFilter XPath expression?
>Joseph Reagle Jr.       
>W3C Policy Analyst      
>IETF/W3C XML-Signature Co-Chair
>W3C XML Encryption Chair

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