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From Davanum Srinivas <d...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: [C2][Xalan2] Transformation failure if SAX events generated p rogramatically
Date Sat, 07 Oct 2000 18:08:31 GMT
Sebastien,

Let me clarify, Here's that i did.

Step 1: Use StatusGenerator and serialize the output to FOO.XML.
Step 2: Use StatusGenerator and run a transform using FOO.XSL.
Step 3: Use FOO.XML from Step #1 and run a transform using FOO.XSL.

The output from Step #2 and Step #3 Should be identical in my opinion. That's what i meant.

Now my question to you is Should we change StatusGenerator code? Or should Xalan2 handle Step#2
and Step#3 in an identical fashion?????

Thanks,
dims


--- Sebastien Sahuc <ssahuc@imediation.com> wrote:
> dims wrote :
> > We have some code that generates SAX
> > events which need to be fed to the Transformer (instead of 
> > reading from an XML file). This
> > produces invalid output. Enclosed is the code and sample 
> > based on SAX2SAX. 
> 
> > Note that if you use
> > foo.xml which is exactly the XML generated by the code 
> > programatically then you get valid output.
> 
> Well not exactly the same. Indeed there are ONE BIG difference in the way
> both method deal with namspaces :
> If you put a simple filter between the StatusGenerator and the transfomer
> that trace the contentHandler's methods, you'll get :
> 
>   startDocument
>   startPrefixMapping(, http://apache.org/cocoon/2.0/status)
>   startPrefixMapping(xlink, http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink)
>   startElement(http://apache.org/cocoon/2.0/status, statusinfo, statusinfo
> ...
>   startElement(http://apache.org/cocoon/2.0/status, group, group ...
> [and so on ...]
> 
> Whereas if you put the same filter between the XMLReader (parser) and the
> transformer the trace change a little bit:
> 
>   setDocumentLocator
>   startDocument
>   startElement(, statusinfo, statusinfo ...
>   startElement(, group, group ...
> 
> So the output is not the same.. far away to be the same. I would even say
> that they are completely different ! :-)
> 
> Sebastien


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