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The Java Transformer.transform method takes a javax.xml.transform.Source instance, which provides the XML to be transformed, and a javax.xml.transform.Result instance, which provides a destination for the output of the transformation process. Both Source and Result are interfaces; implementations are provided to support input from and output to DOM, SAX, and stream instances. .NET provides a series of overloaded Transform methods that take a wide variety of source and destination references. Many of the Transform methods also take an instance of XsltArgumentList that contains arguments that can be used by the style sheet performing the transformation. The following code fragment demonstrates the simplest Transform overload, which takes the names of an input and an output file:
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XslTransform myTransformer = new XslTransform(); myTransformer.Load("test.xsl"); myTransformer.Transform("input.xml", "output.xml");
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More commonly, the source would be an XmlReader or XmlDocument passed to Transform as an IXPathNavigable or XPathNavigator reference, and the output would be a stream, a TextWriter, an XmlWriter, or an XmlReader.
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Java and .NET take fundamentally different approaches to the provision of XML parsing and transformation technologies. Java implements factory classes through which concrete parsers are created; parsers themselves are defined by a set of interfaces. This allows the programmer to use any compliant parser or transformer implementation that can be plugged into the generic XML framework. The .NET implementations are based on a set of abstract classes; customizing the parsers involves deriving new functionality from the existing base classes. The use of a custom parser requires the explicit instantiation of the customized class.
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This chapter has shown the extensive support provided in .NET for the direct manipulation of XML. XmlReader provides a simple and logical alternative to SAX, while the DOM and XSLT implementations in .NET are comparable to those in Java version 1.4. Moreover, the addition of XmlWriter and XPath support provides features with no native Java equivalent.
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Part IV: Advanced Topics
Reflection Threading and Synchronization Networking Remoting Database Connectivity Security and Cryptography Graphics and UI Introduction to XML Web Services
12. Reflection
12. Reflection
Reflection exposes type information at run time, supporting powerful scripting technologies and applications that allow plug-in modules, such as application servers. This chapter details the .NET support for reflection, demonstrating how to gain type information and programmatically instantiate and manipulate types.
Dealing with Types
Java and .NET both encapsulate the details of a type in a single class: Java relies on java.lang.Class, and .NET defines System.Type. The following sections describe how to obtain System.Type instances.
Local Types
Local types are those that are directly available within the scope of an application. In Java, local types are those that can be found in the classpath; in .NET, local types are those that are contained in the application assemblies and the assemblies referenced at compile time. For more information about assemblies and references, see 3, "Creating Assemblies." Table 12-1 shows the intrinsic support available in both platforms for obtaining local type details.
Table 12-1. Comparison Between the Java and .NET Intrinsic Local Type Support
Comments Returns details of a type from an instance of the type <ClassName>.class typeof(<ClassName>) Returns type information from the type name Class.forName(string) Type.GetType(string) Return details of a type specified by a string representing the type name For example, the System.String class is a local type because the assembly that contains it, mscorlib.dll, is automatically referenced by the C# compiler. The following example demonstrates how to obtain type information for this class:
String myString = "this System.Type stringType1 System.Type stringType2 System.Type stringType3 is my string"; = myString.GetType(); = typeof(System.String); = Type.GetType("System.String");
Java Object.getClass()
.NET Object.GetType()
Foreign Types
Foreign types are those that are not directly available to an application. Java foreign types are those whose class files are not included in the application classpath; .NET foreign types are those contained in assemblies that were not referenced at compilation.
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