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DOMSource


javax.xml.transform.dom

Class DOMSource

    • Constructor Detail

      • DOMSource

        public DOMSource(Node n)
        Create a new input source with a DOM node. The operation will be applied to the subtree rooted at this node. In XSLT, a "/" pattern still means the root of the tree (not the subtree), and the evaluation of global variables and parameters is done from the root node also.
        Parameters:
        n - The DOM node that will contain the Source tree.
      • DOMSource

        public DOMSource(Node node,
                 String systemID)
        Create a new input source with a DOM node, and with the system ID also passed in as the base URI.
        Parameters:
        node - The DOM node that will contain the Source tree.
        systemID - Specifies the base URI associated with node.
    • Method Detail

      • setNode

        public void setNode(Node node)
        Set the node that will represents a Source DOM tree.
        Parameters:
        node - The node that is to be transformed.
      • getNode

        public Node getNode()
        Get the node that represents a Source DOM tree.
        Returns:
        The node that is to be transformed.
      • setSystemId

        public void setSystemId(String systemID)
        Set the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.
        Specified by:
        setSystemId in interface Source
        Parameters:
        systemID - Base URL for this DOM tree.
      • getSystemId

        public String getSystemId()
        Get the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface Source
        Returns:
        Base URL for this DOM tree.


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