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Is TrAX part of JAXP ?

 
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I read in RMH book or MZ Notes (or both, don't remember exactly) that TrAX is a part of JAXP. But in the mock exams (both xyzws and whiz labs), it is specifies as not a part of JAXP. However they say that XSLT is a part of JAXP. Is there an API called XSLT ? I was thinking XSLT and TrAX are all some. Can some one differentiate between these two?

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TrAX is a Java API for using XSLT. It has been part of JAXP since version 1.1. See this article for more information.
 
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Yea. I agree with you. I did read this article earlier. So the answer specified in the mock exam is wrong.
 
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Nagendra, you are right and we had fixed it a long time ago.
 
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