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Xalan is a popular open source software library from the Apache Software Foundation, originally created by IBM under the name LotusXSL, that implements the XSLT 1.0 XML transformation language and the XPath 1.0 language. The Xalan XSLT processor is available for both the Java and C++ programming languages. A wrapper for the Eiffel language is available.
- developer: Apache Software Foundation
- genre: Library
- license: Apache License
- official website: www.xalan.apache.org
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Strategic XML (2002)
by W. Scott Means
Xalan is an open-source XSLT stylesheet processor that is part of the Apache XML ProjecL It depends on a DOM- or SAX-enabled XML parser, and by default it uses the Apache Xerces parser to perform transformations. The Apache HTTP ...
by Dave Minter, Jeff Linwood
put("xalan", "Xalan is an open source XSLT engine."); contentMap. put("jdom", "JDOM is an open source Java XML parser."); } public void doView( RenderRequest request, RenderResponse response) throws PortletException, ...
XML by Example (2002)
by Benoît Marchal
Xalan is an open-source implementation of XSLT. The downloads from www. marchal.com and www.quepublishing.com include all the components you need to run the examples. If you want, you can download the latest version of Xerces and ...
7th ERCIM International Workshop on User Interfaces for All, Paris, France, October 24-25, 2002, Revised Papers by Noelle Carbonell, Constantine Stephanidis
Xalan is a XSLT transformer to turn the XML documents into HTML, text or any other type of XML documents. It implements the W3C recommendations for the XSL and the XML Ã VrsvÃ vrshprÃÃ EhhÃ TvtÃ Vr svÃEhhÃ hyvphvÃ Ã YhyhÃ ...
by Daniel López Ridruejo, Daniel Lopez, Ian Kallen
Xalan is an XSLT processor available for Java and C++. XSL is a stylesheet language for XML, and the T stands for transformation. Xalan enables you to define stylesheets to describe how an XML document will be transformed in a ...
by Hilton, Brian
Apache Xalan Xalan is an XSL Transformation (XSLT) processor for converting XML documents into HTML, SVG or other XML document types. It generates on the fly SVG files from XML borehole files. Apache Batik Batik is a toolkit based on ...
Using XML (2002)
by David Gulbransen
• Xalan (http: / /xml. apache. org/xalan-j /index. html) — Xalan is an open source, Java- based XSLT ...
by Michiel Van Otegem
Xalan is a processor developed by the Apache XML Project (http://xml.apache.org) . The first version, Xalan-C++, is no longer available ...
Accelerate Your Web Application Development by Michael Nash
Xalan is a popular tool for providing this functionality, both for data conversion and user interface generation. One of the most popular latest technologies currently in the Web application world is Web services, and an essential element of Web ...
by Andrew H. Watt
Xalan is a Java-based XSLT processor under ongoing development by the Apache Foundation (http://xml.apache.org). Details of the Java version of the Xalan XSLT processor can be found at http: XML Tools 249.
Mastering Tomcat Development (2002)
by Ian McFarland, Peter Harrison
Xalan is a fine Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) engine. Axis, and its predecessor, Apache SOAP, are implementations of the Simple Object Access Protocol, which is at the root of the current Web services craze.
JSP and XML (2002)
Integrating XML and Web Services in Your JSP Application by Casey Kochmer, Erica Frandsen
Xalan (XSLT Processor) Xalan is an XSLT stylesheet processor. Named after a rare musical instrument, it implements the W3C XSLT and XPath recommendations. Sadly, Xalan is not included with Tomcat, ...
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by James Sanxay
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