Returns the events provided by an underlying PullProvider, with the addition of a START_DOCUMENT event immediately after the START_OF_INPUT, and an END_DOCUMENT event immediately before the END_OF_INPUT
This is a filter that can be added to a pull pipeline to remember element names so that they are available immediately after the END_ELEMENT event is notified
This class delivers any XPath sequence through the pull interface.
PullNamespaceReducer is a PullFilter responsible for removing duplicate namespace declarations.
This class bridges PullProvider events to XMLStreamReader (Stax) events.
Bridge a SAX SourceLocator to a javax.xml.stream.Location
PullTracer is a PullFilter that can be inserted into a pull pipeline for diagnostic purposes.
This implementation of the Saxon pull interface starts from any NodeInfo, and returns the events corresponding to that node and its descendants (including their attributes and namespaces).
This package extends the pull API for Saxon that is provided in package
net.sf.saxon.pull in Saxon-HE.
It provides features allowing
walking of an existing Saxon tree and delivering events in the same way as a pull parser; it also allows
queries and stylesheets to create lazily-constructed document and element nodes which can then be read
using the pull interface.
The three main kinds of
PullProvider supported in this package are:
StaxBridge, which is an interface to a pull-mode XML parser, and is also present in Saxon-HE
TreeWalker, which delivers events based on an in-memory tree. There is one general-purpose TreeWalker that can handle any Saxon tree (any tree that implements the NodeInfo interface) and aother that is optimized to the TinyTree implementation.
VirtualTreeWalker, which delivers events representing the nodes constructed by a stylesheet or query, without actually constructing the nodes in memory. (Note that this doesn't currently work if the constructed nodes need to be schema-validated).
The facility to evaluate the results of a query in pull mode using the
interface are largely superseded by the
net.sf.saxon.evpull.EventIterator interface, which
is directly or indirectly supported by all expressions.
Some examples of application code using the pull interface with Saxon are provided in the
PullExamples.java file in the samples directory.
Michael H. Kay
10 June 2009
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