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Showing Xml In Java Webapplication


katja.radelicki@colruyt.be
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There are numerous XSLT processors for JAVA. Heck, even XSLT 2.0 ones (so... you're in luck).Import such an XSLT processor into your JAVA application, and it should work. How you import JAVA archives is another question that varies from one JAVA environment into the other. I don't know what's the case with JSP.One processor I can reccomend in particular is SAXON. It's a JAVA XSLT 2.0 processor, but is also XSLT 1.0 compatible in case you don't want the full XSLT 2.0. See the SAXON JAVA API documentation for a description of the whole package.

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