Defining Additional Processing in Sample Files

The stylesheet that the XSLT Mapper creates is not limited to the instructions that Stylus Studio adds. You can edit the template as you would any template. Stylus Studio automatically incorporates any changes you make to the template and displays them in the Mapper tab, if it is appropriate to do so.

In addition, you can perform external processing by, for example, defining Java functions and incorporating those functions in your XSLT stylesheet. Like standard supported XSLT functions, user-defined Java functions can be created graphically in the XSLT Mapper - just right click on the mapper canvas, select Java Functions from the shortcut menu, and select any registered Java function you want to use.

See Processing Source Nodes.

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