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Determine XSL Version

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How do I determine if I'm runnng XSL 1 or 2?
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mmh, that answer is not complete

you need to use the system property indeed, but not the msxsl extension, but the proper xsl:version

system-property('xsl:version')

is what you need, it is not mentioned in the referenced article
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Thanks guys
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