Generating Java Code with Stylus Studio
So you've finshed developing an XSLT stylesheet or an XQuery expression in Stylus Studio, and now it's time to deploy your code to a production server environment. Stop hand coding
Generating Java Code with Stylus Studio covers the following topics:
- Generating Java code to run your XQuery or XSLT stylesheets
- Embedding the Java code in your Java application
- Java code generation system requirements
- Configuring a sample XQuery, including specifying what processor to use, parameters, post processing, and validation options
- Running an XQuery and previewing the results from within Stylus Studio
- Generating Java code for Saxon or Apache Xalan
- Configuring the content and location of the generated code, java package and other Java coding conventions.
- Browsing generated Java code in the integrated Java Editor
- Configuring the Java class path
- Compiling the generated Java code using Stylus Studio's Java IDE
- Running the generated Java application, previewing and verifying correct output using Stylus Studio's XML differencing tool.