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Megha JainSubject: How to use XalanJ
Author: Megha Jain
Date: 26 Oct 2004 09:04 AM
Originally Posted: 26 Oct 2004 08:57 AM
I am working on a project which requires conversion of a XML file to a new detailed XML file using XSL. There are many transformations that are to be carried out in the XSL file. I am using the java TransformerFactory to generate the detailed XML. There are few transformations that are not possible using XSL, for those I am using a simple java class… For eg. Number to text conversion is not possible using XSL so I am using a simple java class for that conversion. But the project requirement does not allow me to use the DOM parser for replacing the value in the XML. So I need a way out for this conversion. The solution that I came across for this is XALANJ. As far as my knowledge is concerned XALANJ is used to invoke a java method from a XSL file. I tried a few examples of XALANJ but getting some errors. How do i invoke a java method using XSLT? Can i have a working example? Thanks in anticipation, Megha Jain Software Engineer. mail : meghapramod_jain@infosys.com

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Ivan PedruzziSubject: How to use XalanJ
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 26 Oct 2004 11:27 AM
Mega,

Stylus Studio ships a XSLT example that describe how to call a java extension.
Look under examples\javaExtension

In the online help look for
"Using an Extension Function in Stylus Studio"

Apache XalanJ documentation is available here
http://xml.apache.org/xalan-j/extensions.html

Ivan

 
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