--- Comment #2 from Stefan Bodewig <bode...@apache.org> ---
We had a similar problem with our own unit tests, see bug 60060
> Note on XSLT extension functions: when using the default TraX implementation
> of the Java class library and a SecurityManager is active - e.g. when running
> from within an IDE - XSLT extension functions cannot be used as "secure
> processing" is active in Java 7 and above. Ant contains a special "hack" that
> allows XSLT extensions to be used in Java 7 and 8, but this hack fails for
> Java 9. If you want to use extensions like the redirect extension that are
> provided by the Java class library itself, you can allow them by enabling the
> feature http://www.oracle.com/xml/jaxp/properties/enableExtensionFunctions in
> Java 9 and above. If you need to use an extension function not provided by
> Java itself you can set the attribute jdk.xml.transform.extensionClassLoader
> to a classloader (reference to an Ant PATH-like structure).
Have you tried setting
http://www.oracle.com/xml/jaxp/properties/enableExtensionFunctions to true?
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