[xquery-talk] Modules and duplicate declarations
mike at saxonica.com
Sat Jul 21 12:44:47 PDT 2007
It seems to work fine on Saxon 188.8.131.52
8.6.1 is pretty old (Nov 2005), and both the product and the spec have moved
on since it was released.
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> [mailto:talk-bounces at x-query.com] On Behalf Of Ronald Bourret
> Sent: 21 July 2007 05:40
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> Subject: [xquery-talk] Modules and duplicate declarations
> I am having trouble understanding how to import the same
> module in multiple places.
> The test query requires modules A and B, and module A
> requires module B.
> Therefore, test imports A and B, and A imports B:
> module namespace a = "a";
> import module namespace b = "b" at "..."; declare variable
> $a:a1 := fn:concat("a", $b:b1);
> module namespace b = "b";
> declare variable $b:b1 := "b";
> import module namespace a = "a" at "..."; import module
> namespace b = "b" at "..."; ($a:a1, $b:b1)
> Running test returns XQST0049, stating that $b:b1 was
> declared twice. If test doesn't import blib.xqy, it returns
> XPST0008, stating that prefix b has not been declared.
> I don't understand the first error. The XQuery spec states
> that module imports are not transitive. That is, if A imports
> B and B imports C, C is not visible to A. Thus, $b:b1 should
> be visible to test only by directly importing blib.xqy and
> not by importing alib.xqy.
> Is this a bug in the processor (Saxon 8.6.1) or am I
> misreading the spec?
> -- Ron
> talk at x-query.com
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