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The prefix "DRC" for element "DRC:Calendar" is not bound.

Hello,
I have two pages (ASP and XSL),
The ASP page calls the XSL page and has the following in the head section of the ASP page
<STYLE>
@media all
{
DRC\:Calendar
{
behavior: url(calendar.htc);
}
}
</STYLE>
<link rel="Stylesheet" href="calendar.css" />  

I am trying to add a calendar to an XSLT form.
I am getting the following error:
The prefix "DRC" for element "DRC:Calendar" is not bound.
The example shows this <HTML XMLNS:Prefix1 XMLNS:Prefix2="www.sample.com"> and this for XML
<Prefix: CustomTag ID=sID STYLE="behavior:url('calendar.htc')" /> but this give this error...
Element or attribute do not match QName production: QName::=(NCName':')?NCName.
Not sure if this has anything to do with the error.
Any ideas?

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0"
xmlns:sd="http://tempuri.org/ds_ContactList.xsd"
xmlns:msdata="http://tempuri.org/ds_ContactList.xsd"
exclude-result-prefixes="sd msdata"
xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
xmlns:msxsl="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt">
 
    <!--
        We're outputting HTML 4.0, so set the output method accordingly
    -->
 <xsl:output method="html" version="4.0"/>
 
 <xsl:param name="selfDoc" select="document('')"/>

<SCRIPT type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript">
function onDateSelect1() {
document.form1.startdt1.value = document.form1.MyCalendar1.intervalstart
document.form1.mydiv1.style.visibility = 'hidden'
}
function ShowCalendar1() {
  var e = window.event.srcElement
  document.form1.mydiv1.style.left = e.offsetLeft + e.offsetWidth - document.form1.mydiv1.offsetWidth
  document.form1.mydiv1.style.top = e.offsetTop + e.offsetHeight + 4
  document.form1.mydiv1.style.visibility = 'visible'
  return false;
}
</SCRIPT>
<DIV id="mydiv1" class="style1"
     onmouseover="javascript: this.style.visibility = 'visible'"
     onmouseout="javascript: this.style.visibility = 'hidden'">
<DRC:Calendar id="MyCalendar1"
    dateformat="mmmm, dd yyyy"
    mcount="1"
    dselect="date"
    onintervalselectend="onDateSelect1()"
/>
</DIV>
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TrueBlue
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Vivek ThangaswamyCommented:
Hi

In XML/XSL when you add something with : it will take it as namespace and search for it in your corresponding document.
In your doc it search for DRC: 's namespace. : is to separate your namespace and your tag element

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TrueBlueAuthor Commented:
vivethangaswamy,
So how do I fix this?
TIA
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jkmyoungCommented:
Inside the element, declare the namespace with xmlns like so:

<DRC:Calendar
    xmlns:DRC="http:\\www.somepage.com"
    id="MyCalendar1"
    dateformat="mmmm, dd yyyy"
    mcount="1"
    dselect="date"
    onintervalselectend="onDateSelect1()"
/>

You can also declare the namespace at top in your stylesheet node.
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Vivek ThangaswamyCommented:
You need to add the DRC' s namesace in the top as you added XSL namespace's...

ex:
xmlns:sd="http://tempuri.org/ds_ContactList.xsd"
xmlns:msdata="http://tempuri.org/ds_ContactList.xsd"
exclude-result-prefixes="sd msdata"
xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"
xmlns:msxsl="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt">
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TrueBlueAuthor Commented:
Hi,
I changed the namespace in both places and got the following error:
Top level elements must have a non-null namespace URI
Any ideas?
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Vivek ThangaswamyCommented:
Your example is illegal because top-level elements may not have a null namespace URI.

for example refer this links
http://www.biglist.com/lists/xsl-list/archives/200302/msg00819.html
http://www.stylusstudio.com/w3c/xslt/stylesheet-element.htm
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TrueBlueAuthor Commented:
Do either of you know of a calendar that I can call from two different input statements on a XSL form?
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