Re: redirect output of transformation
Mike, I am aware that you are also using eXist. I am not sure if you are aware, but you can upgrade eXist to use Saxon as its XSLT processor - details are on the eXist wiki. With that done you could then call transform:stream-transform() from a very simple driver XQuery in eXist. This will perform the XSLT transformation and stream the results directly to the http response. Thanks Adam. 2009/6/17 Mike Sokolov <sokolov@xxxxxxxxxxxx>: > Thanks - I'll follow up, if need be, on saxon-help > > -Mike Sokolov > > > Michael Kay wrote: >> >> It's a processor-specific question, so you should really ask on the Saxon >> list (saxon-help list or forum at sourceforge). >> >> You can supply a JAXP StreamResult that encapsulates an OutputStream, and >> if >> you can construct an OutputStream that writes to your HTTP destination >> then >> the problem is solved. >> >> You can't do this from the command line though. The -o option is always >> treated as a filename. >> >> Incidentally, Saxon 8.7 is getting a bit elderly. >> >> Regards, >> >> Michael Kay >> http://www.saxonica.com/ >> http://twitter.com/michaelhkay >> >>> >>> -----Original Message----- >>> From: Mike Sokolov [mailto:sokolov@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: 17 June 2009 14:35 >>> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >>> Subject: redirect output of transformation >>> >>> (not sure if this is the right list for this; please redirect me if not): >>> >>> I am trying to convince my transformer to write its output to a service >>> running on HTTP, but when I set the output base-uri to my http service, it >>> continues to try to write to the filesystem. >>> >>> I tried: >>> >>> java -jar saxon-8.7.jar -o http://charlestown/rest-service test.xml >>> test.xsl >>> >>> and get: >>> >>> java.io.FileNotFoundException: >>> /proj/test/http:/charlestown/rest-service (No such file or directory) >>> >>> ... reading an old e-mail thread I came across something called >>> OutputURIResolver in Saxon, and I was looking at trying to make use of that >>> by handing it a resolver and implementing my own version of the JAXP Result >>> interface, but that interface has only a couple of methods, neither of which >>> seems to accept a stream or a string or anything that looks like the result >>> of a transformation. >>> >>> can someone tell me if this is possible, and if so, what I'm doing wrong? >>> >>> Thanks >>> >>> Mike Sokolov > > -- Adam Retter sip:adam.retter@xxxxxxxxx http://www.adamretter.org.uk
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