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In EPractice Lab, a question "Which of the following are included in the JAXP API?"
A. SAX
B. StAX
C. TrAX
D. XSLT
E. JDOM

I believe the answer should be A,B,C,D. In Ivan's notes, there is a quote:


JAXP consists of the following APIs:
- SAX
- DOM
-StAX
- XSLT API, originally developed under the name TrAX.



However, the given answer is A and D.
 
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The tutorial here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/jaxp/xslt/index.html includes the following statement: "JAXP includes an interpreting implementation of XSLT." However, that doesn't necessarily refer to the JAXP API, only to its reference implementation.

As for StAX, when the JAXP API was first designed, StAX didn't exist yet. But JAXP is now up to version 1.5 and the JAXP tutorial includes a section about StAX. So the question you referred to appears to be time-dependent (unless there's more information we don't know about).
 
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