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> > XML Spy, incidentally, only uses whatever XSLT and XPath
> > processors you configure it to use, it does not have its own. So
> > telling us what answer XML Spy gives, without telling us how it
> > is configured, is rather pointless.
> Hi Michael. Would you mind clarifying your comment re XPath
> processors? To my knowledge, there is only the option to
> configure XSLT and FO processors. I haven't seen any option
> for selecting an independent XPath engine.
Sorry, I might be wrong. I assumed that XML Spy used the XSLT engine for evaluating XPath queries, but I have no evidence for this.