[jdom-interest] JDOMSource and Oracle's jaxp classes
Frank.Sauer at trcinc.com
Wed Aug 28 14:34:59 PDT 2002
When I try to do an XSL transformation on a jdom tree
using Oracle's xml classes from xmlparserv2.jar (includes
the javax.xml.transform api) I get the following:
The same code works with xalan/crimson as well as saxon/aelfred, anyone
seen this and knows a solution?
From: Hushagen, Michael E. [mailto:MEHushagen at fedins.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 4:24 PM
To: 'jdom-interest at jdom.org'
Subject: [jdom-interest] XPath support
This question may be more for Jason Hunter and/or Brett McLaughlin.
We are currently investigating whether to use DOM or JDOM in our
transactional XML-based web application. Many of our functions involve
searching, removing, and replacing elements and their text values.
Naturally, using Xpath is much easier than coding a bunch of recursive
search methods. We briefly experimented with using DOM's built-in Xpath
support, and also experimented with JDOM using Jaxen as it's Xpath support.
JDOM is much more intuitive to code in as a Java developer, but we're a
little worried about using a third-party Xpath solution. Also, the
JDOM/Jaxen combo seems slower compared to DOM. We have only run a few small
tests so far though...
Any thoughts on this? Will JDOM have native Xpath support any time soon?
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