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Xalan XSLT Sax Parsing

 
Java Guy
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I am trying to understand the following piece of code.
It uses xalan parser to apply an xslt file to an xml

The confusion i have is their r 2 XMLReader 1 is used to parse xsl file , other to parse xml file. But where is the xsl applied to that xml file in this code?
If we dont have to explicitly apply the xsl to xml then how does it internally apply it to the xml when its parsed? If anyone has any links which explains how sax parser works to apply xsl to an xml please let me know
Thanks
[ December 06, 2003: Message edited by: Java Guy ]
 
Lasse Koskela
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"ITGuy",
We have a naming policy which requires a two-part, real-looking display name. Your current name clearly doesn't qualify so you'll have to go ahead and change it into something compliant.
Thanks.
 
Madhav Lakkapragada
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Chage your display name and then I will read the rest of the post.

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Did you even take a glance at the naming policy?
 
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The name has been changed...
can i get some help plz..
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Lasse Koskela
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And how is "Java Guy" less fake than "IT Guy"? We really do have a written naming policy.
 
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