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DOMResult


javax.xml.transform.dom

Class DOMResult

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Result


    public class DOMResult
    extends Object
    implements Result

    Acts as a holder for a transformation result tree in the form of a Document Object Model (DOM) tree.

    If no output DOM source is set, the transformation will create a Document node as the holder for the result of the transformation, which may be retrieved with getNode().

    • Constructor Detail

      • DOMResult

        public DOMResult()

        Zero-argument default constructor.

        node, siblingNode and systemId will be set to null.

      • DOMResult

        public DOMResult(Node node)

        Use a DOM node to create a new output target.

        In practice, the node should be a Document node, a DocumentFragment node, or a Element node. In other words, a node that accepts children.

        siblingNode and systemId will be set to null.

        Parameters:
        node - The DOM node that will contain the result tree.
      • DOMResult

        public DOMResult(Node node,
                 String systemId)

        Use a DOM node to create a new output target with the specified System ID.

        In practice, the node should be a Document node, a DocumentFragment node, or a Element node. In other words, a node that accepts children.

        siblingNode will be set to null.

        Parameters:
        node - The DOM node that will contain the result tree.
        systemId - The system identifier which may be used in association with this node.
      • DOMResult

        public DOMResult(Node node,
                 Node nextSibling)

        Use a DOM node to create a new output target specifying the child node where the result nodes should be inserted before.

        In practice, node and nextSibling should be a Document node, a DocumentFragment node, or a Element node. In other words, a node that accepts children.

        Use nextSibling to specify the child node where the result nodes should be inserted before. If nextSibling is not a sibling of node, then an IllegalArgumentException is thrown. If node is null and nextSibling is not null, then an IllegalArgumentException is thrown. If nextSibling is null, then the behavior is the same as calling DOMResult(Node node), i.e. append the result nodes as the last child of the specified node.

        systemId will be set to null.

        Parameters:
        node - The DOM node that will contain the result tree.
        nextSibling - The child node where the result nodes should be inserted before.
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - If nextSibling is not a sibling of node.
        IllegalArgumentException - If node is null and nextSibling is not null.
        Since:
        1.5
      • DOMResult

        public DOMResult(Node node,
                 Node nextSibling,
                 String systemId)

        Use a DOM node to create a new output target specifying the child node where the result nodes should be inserted before and the specified System ID.

        In practice, node and nextSibling should be a Document node, a DocumentFragment node, or a Element node. In other words, a node that accepts children.

        Use nextSibling to specify the child node where the result nodes should be inserted before. If nextSibling is not a sibling of node, then an IllegalArgumentException is thrown. If node is null and nextSibling is not null, then an IllegalArgumentException is thrown. If nextSibling is null, then the behavior is the same as calling DOMResult(Node node, String systemId), i.e. append the result nodes as the last child of the specified node and use the specified System ID.

        Parameters:
        node - The DOM node that will contain the result tree.
        nextSibling - The child node where the result nodes should be inserted before.
        systemId - The system identifier which may be used in association with this node.
        Throws:
        IllegalArgumentException - If nextSibling is not a sibling of node.
        IllegalArgumentException - If node is null and nextSibling is not null.
        Since:
        1.5


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