Re: XSL and DOM
Paramdeep Ahuja <paahuja@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > XSL transforms a source DOM tree into a target DOM Tree separate from the > source. Neither the source tree nor the result tree is necessarily an instance of the DOM. In fact, the result tree often is not materialized, as many XSLT processors serialize the result of the transformation as it is being generated. > Is it possible to apply the transformation on only a part of the > source DOM Tree and the changes be done in the same tree itself rather than > create a new DOM Tree as XSLT does It is possible to apply a transformation to part of the source tree, but no XSLT processor I know of modifies the source tree in-place. In fact, such behavior is not allowed in a conformant XSLT processor. > I wanted to know if this can be done through some tool developed in Xalan C++ No, it cannot. Dave XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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