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Using SAXON as parser


Joined: Mar 30, 2001
Posts: 8
I am working on XML,DTD,XSLT and parsing for the first time.I am doing a study on the use of saxon as the parser to parse an xml document. I have familiarity in Xerces and i know tht there is a method called createDocument() which returns an entire XML document in treeformat.
I would like to know if something similar exists to get the entire document using saxon as the parser so tht i can write a recursive function to register node handlers with each of the nodes and then call the node handlers to do things as required.
Ajith Kallambella

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