Failure to specify -target:JS
If you fail to specify -target:JS when creating an SEF file, there are no obvious failures or error reports, but the stylesheet effectively does nothing because none of the template rules match. There should be clear diagnostics for this simple mistake.
Updated by Debbie Lockett about 7 years ago
- Status changed from New to Resolved
- Found in version set to 0.9
Fix applied to JS code, inside checksum.
The check that ~~target:JS was specified uses the metadata (saxonVersion and target) added to the SEF as documented in bug #2948. For backwards compatibility, the check is only applied for SEFs that contain this metadata ~~ i.e. this will be for SEFs generated from Saxon-EE 126.96.36.199 onwards.
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