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XSL file in memory

 
James Sivakumar
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Hi All,
Is there any way to create a XSL file in memory ,
like similar to , what we do in creation of xml file in memory using DOM.
Example :
Document doc = new DocumentImpl();
Element cd = doc.createElement("CD");
doc.appendChild(table);
Element author = doc.createElement("author");
author.appendChild(doc.createTextNode("Charles"));
author.appendChild(author);
...
Is it possible to create a XSL file in memory(It should not in Hard Disk)
Bye,
Shiva.
 
David Peterson
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Yes, an XSL file is an XML file!
David
 
James Sivakumar
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Thanks David ,
But Can u say how to create or can u post any sample code.
I'm using xalan parser
Shiva.
 
David Peterson
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Here you go.
This is longer than I intended but there appears to be a bug in Xalan that won't let you use XSL from a DOMSource (at least not directly). It works fine with a StreamSource though, so I'm converting to a StreamSource via its String representation and a Writer/Reader.

David
[This message has been edited by David Peterson (edited November 30, 2001).]
 
James Sivakumar
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Hi David,
Thankz for sending that sample code , Lemme try this here and will get back to you.
Bye,
Shiva.
 
James Sivakumar
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Hi David,
Thanks for ur code man , its working here.
One more question would like to know ...
Is there a way that you can load the DTD into memory and use some code to validate whether the XML document created follows the DTD structure?
Can you give me your email address, will keep in touch with you.
You can reach me at shivgs@rediffmail.com
Bye,
Shiva.
 
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