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Re: How to transform multiple XML docs with XSLT 2.0 i

Subject: Re: How to transform multiple XML docs with XSLT 2.0 into single doc
From: Andriy Gerasika <andriy.gerasika@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 17:31:46 +0300
Re:  How to transform multiple XML docs with XSLT 2.0 i
On 06/22/2010 04:41 PM, Jack Bush wrote:
Hi All,

I would like to find out how to use XSLT to transform multiple XML documents into a single one, each document would have their own stylesheets. My current working solution below is capable of transforming can only handle one XML document at a time and transforming to separation files using Java, JDOM and XSLT 2.0 from Saxon 9.1 on Windows XP platform:

You should implement SAX content handler that pushes content in some intermediate format, for example, Cocoon's "zip:archive"

FileInputStream styleSheetFIS1 = new FileInputStream(C:\\styleSheet1.xsl);
BufferedInputStream styleSheetBIS1 = new BufferedInputStream(styleSheetFIS1);
TransformerFactory transformerFactory = new net.sf.saxon.TransformerFactoryImpl();
Templates templates = transformerFactory.newTemplates(new StreamSource(styleSheetBIS1));
Transformer transformer = templates.newTransformer();
JDOMSource source = new JDOMSource(originaljdomDocument1);
JDOMResult result = new JDOMResult();
Transformer.transform(source, result);
transformedjdomDocument1 = result.getDocument();
Thanks a lot,

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