Class NamePoolConverter

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    javax.xml.transform.Result, Receiver

    public class NamePoolConverter
    extends ProxyReceiver
    This class is a filter that passes all Receiver events through unchanged, except that it changes namecodes to allow for the source and the destination using different NamePools. This is necessary when a stylesheet has been constructed as a general document (e.g. as the result of a transformation) and is passed to newTemplates() to be compiled as a stylesheet.

    The type annotations of nodes passed through this filter must be built-in types in the XSD namespace, because user-defined types belong to a specific Configuration and cannot readily be transferred. In practice the class is used only for untyped trees.

    • Constructor Detail

      • NamePoolConverter

        public NamePoolConverter​(Receiver next,
                                 NamePool oldPool,
                                 NamePool newPool)
        next - the next receiver in the pipeline
        oldPool - the old namepool
        newPool - typeHierarchy new namepool
    • Method Detail

      • startElement

        public void startElement​(NodeName elemName,
                                 SchemaType type,
                                 AttributeMap attributes,
                                 NamespaceMap namespaces,
                                 Location location,
                                 int properties)
                          throws XPathException
        Output element start tag
        Specified by:
        startElement in interface Receiver
        startElement in class ProxyReceiver
        elemName - the name of the element.
        type - the type annotation of the element.
        attributes - the attributes of this element
        namespaces - the in-scope namespaces of this element: generally this is all the in-scope namespaces, without relying on inheriting namespaces from parent elements
        location - an object providing information about the module, line, and column where the node originated
        properties - bit-significant properties of the element node. If there are no relevant properties, zero is supplied. The definitions of the bits are in class ReceiverOption
        XPathException - if an error occurs