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Using Saxon implementation for XSLT

bharat bhasin
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How can I use string parameters in the saxon method

net.sf.saxon.s9api.XsltTransformer transformer.setParameter(Qname name ,XdmValue value).

instead of the Qname and XdmValue objects?
Paul Clapham
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In Java you can't use parameters of any type other than the type required by the method. This is just a basic rule of Java.

So you're going to have to create a QName object for the first parameter and an XdmValue object for the second parameter.
 
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