Re: SAX Transformation: Servlet returns blank XSL temp
Paul Brown wrote: > 1) Unless you're explicitly configuring the namespace properties for the driving > XMLReader (and are sure that no one else is going to change > them), using QName to drive logic is a Bad Idea. For instance, with some > namespace property settings, you're not even guaranteed to get a QName parameter. Thanks for pointing this out, I will investigate this useage more thoroughly in my application. > 2) You do not want the static on the fields in the XMLFilter. > You should use non-static fields, overload the parse(...) methods, > and perform any necessary initialization there. (This is the reason > that you're getting the strange behavior on the second pass. Look up the meaning of the > static keyword in the Java language specification; section 22.214.171.124 for static Fields.) Thank you, to you and Michael Kay for pointing this out to me. I removed the static from my variable declarations, and the servlet now appears to work properly on every call. > You should come on over to the SAX users list (sax-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) > and post your XMLFilter code there for help and some > > pointers I will do this in the future with any sax related issues. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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