[jdom-interest] JDOM-based XSL Transformer

Jason Hunter jhunter at xquery.com
Wed Jul 7 10:55:48 PDT 2004

I'm sure many people would be interested in it.  I know of no one doing 
that work right now.  You can use the JDOMSource and JDOMResult but 
instead of using their SAX interfaces use for example getDocument().  We 
designed those classes to be used regardless if the underlying engine 
knew JDOM or just SAX.


Philipp Gröschler wrote:

> Is someone interested in, or just at this moment coding on a XSL Transformer
> project which is based directly on JDOM? Or are there projects out there
> which one could join?
> Thoughts came to me, that it could give a nice performance boost if a
> transformer would directly work with JDOM technology, instead of converting
> objects into source streams, stuffing that into a standard transformer
> instance, re-converting the output stream back into objects ...
> Has someone done any testing about this issue? I realized that in my
> web-project, nearly 80%-90% of execution time (measured from accepting the
> network connection to finally delivering the result) per single request go
> into the part of the XSL transformation. And the stylesheets and XML sources
> I use at the moment are rather simple.
> Greetings >>>> Philipp
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