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Hi,

I am transforming an xml using xsl in java. Getting 'ERROR: Content is not allowed in prolog.' Here is the code. xml and xsl are two string variables which read from corresponding xml and xsl files.


Please help.

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Content not allowed in prolog usually means the document does not start with <?xml etc.

Now for the real question - why in the world are you doing this convoluted business of reading with a Reader, building a String, and turning the String into a byte stream and then into a StreamSource.

You can turn a BufferedReader directly into an InputSource.

Bill
[ October 15, 2006: Message edited by: William Brogden ]
 
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Ooh.. I had some text before xml declaration.

Thanks william.. It is working now..

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