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The XML Style Sheet Translation (XSLT) APIs

                         

The XSLT Packages

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The XSLT APIs are defined in the following packages:

Package Description
javax.xml.transform Defines the TransformerFactory and Transformer  classes. These classes are  used to get a object for doing transformations. After creating a transformer object,  its transform() method is invoked. This method provides an input (source) and output (result).
javax.xml.transform.dom Defines classes used  to create input and output  objects from a DOM.
javax.xml.transform.sax Defines classes used to create input  from a SAX parser and output objects from a SAX event handler.
javax.xml.transform.stream Defines classes used to create input  and output  objects from an I/O stream.

The diagram  shows the working of the XSLT APIs .

A TransformerFactory object is instantiated, and used to create a Transformer. The source (input) object acts as the input to the transformation process. This object is created from SAX reader, from a DOM, or from an input stream.

The output (result) object is the result of this transformation process. This object can be a SAX event handler, a DOM, or an output stream. Transformer is created from a set of transformation instructions. If it is created without any specific instructions, then the transformer object simply copies the source to the result.

                         

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