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In this example we have created an XML file "person.xml" first, which is necessary to execute XPath query on to it. Showing all elements of an XML file using Java xpath In this example we have created an XML file "person.xml" first, which is necessary to execute XPath query on to it. This "persons.xml" contains information related to name, age, gender of different persons.
On this site, XSL means XSLT. Don’t be alarmed. Many developers have a hard time getting started with XSL. One difficulty lies in the fact that XSL favors a recursive processing style. XML well-formedness guarantees that an XML document can be represented as a tree structure, and recursion is ideal for working with tree structures.
My new book, Java and XSLT , examines techniques for using XSLT with Java (of course!). This article highlights ten tips that I feel are important, although limiting the list to ten items only scratches the surface of what is possible. Most of these tips focus on the combination of Java and XSLT, rather than on specific XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Transformations) techniques.
Chapter 5 XSLT Processing with Java Since many of the XSLT processors are written in Java, they can be directly invoked from a Java application or servlet. Embedding the processor into a Java application is generally a matter of including one or two JAR files on the CLASSPATH and then invoking the appropriate methods. This chapter shows how to do this, along with a whole host of other programming techniques. When invoked from the command line, an XSLT processor such as Xalan expects the location of an XML file and an XSLT stylesheet to be passed as parameters.