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As well as XPath, implementers also have a fair degree of control over the functionality of XSLT. The first set of extensions that an implementer can make is to define the set of acceptable values of certain attributes in XSLT instructions. There are two examples of this which we will look at briefly: The method attribute of <xsl:output> The collation attribute of <xsl:sort>, <xsl:for-each-group>, and <xsl:key>
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Note The data-type attribute of <xsl:sort> also allows an implementer to change how a sort is done,
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but the attribute is deprecated in favor of using the datatype of the selected value.
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As you ll remember from 8, the method attribute of <xsl:output> determines the serialization method that s used when the result tree is output by the stylesheet to file or to another
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CHAPTER 14 BACKWARDS COMPATIBILITY AND EXTENSIONS
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application. XSLT defines four specific values that are allowed for the method attribute of <xsl:output> html, xhtml, xml, and text but allows a processor to accept other values, as long as they are qualified names with a prefix. The output method that you use controls things like the following: The syntax for elements, especially empty elements Which characters are represented as entity references, if any, and how Whether extra information is added to indicate the encoding of the document How Boolean attributes are output What defaults are used for other attributes on <xsl:output> The HTML output method in particular does a lot behind the scenes because the processor is aware of some of the semantics of HTML elements and attributes, for example: The href attribute on the <a> element is a URI, and non-ASCII characters within it should therefore be escaped. The <br> element cannot take any content and should be output without an end tag. The character é can be represented with the character entity reference é. Often other XML-based markup languages, such as MathML or SVG, assign special semantics to particular element or attribute values. Some elements should contain CDATA sections, for example, or some attributes should have their values normalized when they are output. Many markup languages have their own sets of character entity references that should be used in the place of numeric character references to aid the readability of the resulting document. However, an XSLT processor is unable to take advantage of that knowledge because it has no way of knowing which markup language you are generating with the XSLT stylesheet. The way in which the result tree is written to a file is known as its serialization. Different processors support different types of serialization by extending the set of values that they accept in the method attribute of <xsl:output>. The additional acceptable values must be qualified names; usually the namespace of these qualified names will be one based on the implementation itself. For example, Saxon would define its own set of output methods using the Saxon namespace (http://saxon.sf.net/). In fact, in Saxon you can use whatever namespace you like as long as the local part of the name is the name of a Java class that implements either the org.xml.sax. ContentHandler or the net.sf.saxon.event.Receiver interface. Whatever class you name is passed the result tree generated by Saxon under the assumption that it will serialize it. This can be very useful if you need to write certain characters using entity references, or if you want to generate files in a non-XML format, such as CSS or comma-delimited files, but take advantage of the ease with which an XSLT stylesheet generates elements and attributes compared to the difficulties with managing text output. The result tree could even be written using a completely different syntax from XML, including being written as a binary file. For example, a fo:pdf output method might generate PDF documents from a result tree written in XSL-FO. Similarly, a svg:jpeg output method might generate a JPEG image from an SVG result tree. Different XSLT processors support different output methods; as with all extensions, you should check the documentation of the processor that you re using to see which ones it supports.
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