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Can anybody suggest me XSL Parser using which i can create a DOM Tree Structure of a given XSL as well as which will be able to edit its elements & attributes.

I am working on one project and this is the requirement of the same.


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Shriniwas
 
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Any XML parser will do.
 
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As said above, I would just use the one in the standard JDK. Look into the Wiki for an example implementation for building a DOM if that is what you want.

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