For conformance with JAXP, the method
getURIResolver() on the
(Saxon's implementation of the JAXP
Transformer) has changed so that if no user-specified
URIResolver has been defined, the method returns null. Previously it returned the system
In the JAXP XPath API, when the XPath expression is applied to a DOM Node, and the result requested
is of type
evaluate() method now attempts to return the result as a DOM
NodeList object. If the result of the expression contains values that are not nodes, then it will
return a Java List as before.
xs:duration values using the less-than and greater-than operators
(or by sorting) is no longer supported.