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Using xslt is really very efficient and easy instead of DOM,also it improves the maintainability. I tried using the java classes in XSLT, which is beneficial at certain situation.But found one problem , i'm not able to catch any Exception thrown inside the XSLT. is there any way we can do that???
XSLT doesn't have the concept of exceptions so I'm afraid there's nothing much you can do. Then again, I'm not sure whether I understand what you mean by "exceptions" in this context so perhaps you would like to elaborate a bit?