RE: Mixing XSL stylesheet and Java handlers in Saxon
> I'm trying to use Saxon... > I have an XSL stylesheet, and I want my program add some particular > handlers for some particular nodes, depending on external parameters. > Is it possible to load the StyleSheet, "prepare" it and add > additional node handlers, and then render the XML document? If you want to use XSLT template rules for some nodes and Java node handlers for others, the way to do it is to declare the Java node handlers in the stylesheet using the <saxon:handler> element, for example <saxon:handler match="html" handler="com.me.handlers.HTMLHandler"/> A slightly different approach that's closer to the way the standard has moved is to implement your custom code as an extension element, so instead of the above, write <xsl:template match="html"> <xyz:html-extension/> </xsl:template> and then implement <xyz:html-extension> using SAXON's element extensibility features. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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