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Saxon is an XSLT 2.0 processor written in Java by Michael Kay, the Basic version of which is open source. Make sure that you get the most recent version (8.4 at time of writing) to get the best coverage. As well as using Saxon on the command line to test a transformation, you can use Saxon in any Java application. As we ll see in 15, one of the places where it s most useful is within the Cocoon servlet. Cocoon is a servlet that sits on a web server and manages the transformations of XML documents into HTML, which it then sends back to the client. These transformations are known as server-side transformations because they occur on the server.
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First, make sure that you ve got saxon8.jar in your CLASSPATH, so that Java knows where to find it. Then open a command prompt in the directory in which you ve saved HelloWorld.xml and use the following command line: java net.sf.saxon.Transform -o HelloWorld.saxon.html HelloWorld.xml HelloWorld.xsl This command line tells Saxon to transform HelloWorld.xml using HelloWorld.xsl and directs the output of the transformation to HelloWorld.saxon.html. If you open this HTML file up, you ll see the following: <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"> <title>Hello World Example</title> </head> <body> <p>Hello World!</p> </body> </html> If you open up HelloWorld.saxon.html using a web browser, you should see the simple HTML page shown in Figure 2-2.
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Figure 2-2. Viewing HelloWorld.saxon.html in Internet Explorer
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In the last chapter, you saw how you could associate a stylesheet with an XML document by adding an xml-stylesheet processing instruction at the top of the XML document. In that example, we used a CSS stylesheet, but you can do the same with an XSLT stylesheet. Here, we want to associate the HelloWorld.xml document with the HelloWorld.xsl stylesheet. Edit HelloWorld.xml to add an xml-stylesheet processing instruction and create HelloWorld2.xml as in Listing 2-3. Listing 2-3. HelloWorld2.xml < xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" > < xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="HelloWorld.xsl" > <greeting>Hello World!</greeting> If you want Saxon to use the xml-stylesheet processing instruction to work out which XSLT stylesheet to use to transform a document, you need to add the -a flag to the command line and remove the reference to the stylesheet, as follows: java net.sf.saxon.Transform -a -o HelloWorld.saxon.html HelloWorld2.xml This should give you exactly the same output as before: if you view HelloWorld.saxon.html in Internet Explorer, you should see the same as before, as shown in Figure 2-2.
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MSXML is Microsoft s XML parser, schema validator, and XSLT processor rolled into one package. MSXML comes with Internet Explorer, so if you have Internet Explorer installed on your machine, you will have a version of MSXML as well. MSXML is mainly used with client-side transformations. In a client-side transformation, the source XML and the stylesheet for transforming it are both shipped to a client (like Internet Explorer) and then the client carries out the transformations and displays the result. Of course, you can use this facility to automatically transform and view XML documents on your machine they don t have to come from a distant server.
Note You can also run MSXML from a script in Internet Explorer or server-side from ASP pages. You ll learn
more about this in 15, when we look at writing dynamic applications using XSLT.
You have to be careful with MSXML because there are several different versions. MSXML only supports XSLT in version 3 and above. The version that comes with Internet Explorer 5 and 5.5 is MSXML2, which doesn t support XSLT. MSXML3 comes with Internet Explorer 6, but you can install it in replace mode to make it work in Internet Explorer 5 and above. There s no version of MSXML that supports XSLT 2.0 at the moment.
Caution MSXML2 does support a transformation language, but it s based on an early version of XSL and
isn t XSLT. You can tell that a stylesheet is using this transformation language by the fact that it uses the namespace http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-xsl rather than http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform.
To work with XSLT in Internet Explorer, you need to either download and install Internet Explorer version 6 or download and install MSXML3. To make it work automatically, you have to install MSXML3 in replace mode by running a utility called xmlinst to replace the existing MSXML2 with MSXML3. You cannot use MSXML4 to get automatic transformations with Internet Explorer; you must use MSXML3.
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