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Diffference between the support provided by Java api for xslt and xalan provided by apache

Guy Emerson
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Joined: Dec 14, 2010
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hi all


I am new to XML and XSLT ,Xpath . Can you please clear a doubt about the support provided by Java for XSLT in its api and the api provided by Apache xalan. Are they same? What I understood by looking at the example programs is that may be the xalan support by apache has been integrated in JAXP support in java api. Am I right?

please clear the doubt.


Regards

Guy
 
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