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From Robby Pelssers <>
Subject RE: Dom Transformer
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2013 19:05:43 GMT
Exactly…  I don’t have the full picture here but if you provide a small input file and
expected output file we might come up with an easier solution.  I still am not seeing why
XSLT can’t get the job done but I hope your input will make this obvious.


From: gelo1234 []
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2013 8:02 PM
Subject: Re: Dom Transformer

The question is WHY you want to use DOM is still valid.
C (2 or 3) uses SAX or StaX per default and you can use it in a clean way. I see no reason
to use DOM.

2013/3/15 Mansour Al Akeel <<>>
I have tags with id's like:

<some-section-tag id='109876_n00069" .... >

And those ids are used for links inside the document. They are linked
from different sections.
I like to transform the links and the ids to something that makes sense. Like,

<xref href="the-section-title-with-dashes-only" > My Link Label</xref>


The anchor

<some-section-tag id='the-section-title-with-dashes-only" .... >

I think this can be done is Stax, xslt or Sax, however, I am trying to
do it in a clean way without any hacks.

Do you have any suggestion ??

On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 2:18 PM, gelo1234 <<>>
> The question is WHY? you want DOM transformation in Cocoon environment ?
> Greetings,
> -Greg
> 2013/3/15 Mansour Al Akeel <<>>
>> I know this may sound strange, but I like to create a transformation with
>> DOM.
>> I was able to see Stax and Sax transformation. I was not able to see
>> one for DOM.
>> Any advice ?? Examples ??
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