[jdom-interest] Passing parameters to stylesheets
mike at saxonica.com
Wed Sep 26 07:46:54 PDT 2007
To run a Saxon transformation against a JDOM source document, you can use
the JAXP transformation API. This allows
To run the transform, supply a Source obtained by
Source src = new net.sf.saxon.jdom.DocumentWrapper(doc, baseURI, config);
where doc is the JDOM Document node, baseURI is its base URI, and config is
the Saxon Configuration, which can be obtained from the TransformerFactory,
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> Subject: [jdom-interest] Passing parameters to stylesheets
> usingXSLTransformer object?
> Sorry if this is a stupid question? I was wondering if it is
> possible to pass a parameter to a stylesheet through this
> transformer class. I'm using the SaxonB8.9 xslt processor.
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