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is XSLT covered in the exam ? if yes, what extent of XSLT is covered on exam. Are there any specific reasons why we would use XSLT when we have DOM for tree loading and SAX for fast processing ?
 
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You have to know XSLT to the extent of the support provided through the javax.xml.transform APIs (JAXP 1.2). There was hardly any XSLT code in the beta exam, but you have to know the basics of XML document transformations.
 
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