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Re: Calling a java method in XSL 1.0 with Saxon 6.5.5
Subject: Re: Calling a java method in XSL 1.0 with Saxon 6.5.5 fails|
From: Kai Hackemesser <kaha@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2007 11:50:07 +0200
Abel Braaksma schrieb:
The Sun JDK 1.4.2 contains a sax parser and a transformation engine:
The requirements are: It has to run with pure JDK 1.4.2 and there it
is used, isn't it?
what's that, "pure jdk"? Does that mean that you are not allowed to
have any additional libraries apart from the one that are delivered by
Sun? Saxon surely is not provided as part of the JDK, so you already
have additional libs. And Saxon 8.9x runs just as well with the "pure
jdk 1.4" as the 6.5 version, even better. As an added benefit, you can
switch for free to XSLT 2.0, which is a giant leap forward as compared
to XSLT 1.0 (but if you are addicted to 1.0, you can still use it just
as you did before).
-- Abel Braaksma
I can use this for parsing and transformation and nothing else, that's
the requirement. And the problem ;-)
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