Class AxiomDocumentNodeWrapper

    • Constructor Detail

      • AxiomDocumentNodeWrapper

        public AxiomDocumentNodeWrapper​( root,
                                        java.lang.String baseURI,
                                        Configuration config)
        Create a Saxon wrapper for an Axiom document node
        root - The Axiom root node
        baseURI - The base URI for all the nodes in the tree
        config - The configuration which defines the name pool used for all names in this tree
    • Method Detail

      • makeWrapper

        protected static NodeInfo makeWrapper​( node,
                                              AxiomDocument docWrapper,
                                              AxiomParentNodeWrapper parent,
                                              int index)
        Factory method to wrap an Axiom node with a wrapper that implements the Saxon NodeInfo interface.
        node - The Axiom node (an element, text, processing-instruction, or comment node)
        docWrapper - The wrapper for the Document containing this node
        parent - The wrapper for the parent of the Axiom node. May be null if not known.
        index - The position of this node relative to its siblings. May be -1 if not known
        The new wrapper for the supplied node
      • isTyped

        public boolean isTyped()
        Ask whether the document contains any nodes whose type annotation is anything other than UNTYPED
        true if the document contains elements whose type is other than UNTYPED
      • getSiblingPosition

        public int getSiblingPosition()
        Get the index position of this node among its siblings (starting from 0)
        0 for the first child, 1 for the second child, etc.
      • getNodeKind

        public int getNodeKind()
        Get the kind of node. This will be a value such as Type.ELEMENT or Type.ATTRIBUTE. There are seven kinds of node: documents, elements, attributes, text, comments, processing-instructions, and namespaces.
        an integer identifying the kind of node. These integer values are the same as those used in the DOM
        See Also:
      • equals

        public boolean equals​(java.lang.Object other)
        Determine whether this is the same node as another node.

        Note that two different NodeInfo instances can represent the same conceptual node. Therefore the "==" operator should not be used to test node identity. The equals() method should give the same result as isSameNodeInfo(), but since this rule was introduced late it might not apply to all implementations.

        Note: a.isSameNodeInfo(b) if and only if generateId(a)==generateId(b).

        This method has the same semantics as isSameNode() in DOM Level 3, but works on Saxon NodeInfo objects rather than DOM Node objects.

        Specified by:
        equals in interface NodeInfo
        equals in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        other - the node to be compared with this node
        true if this NodeInfo object and the supplied NodeInfo object represent the same node in the tree.
      • getBaseURI

        public java.lang.String getBaseURI()
        Get the Base URI for the node, that is, the URI used for resolving a relative URI contained in the node.
        Specified by:
        getBaseURI in interface NodeInfo
        getBaseURI in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        the base URI of the node, taking into account xml:base attributes if present
      • getSystemId

        public java.lang.String getSystemId()
        Get the System ID for the node. Note this is not the same as the base URI: the base URI can be modified by xml:base, but the system ID cannot. The base URI is used primarily for resolving relative URIs within the content of the document. The system ID is used primarily in conjunction with a line number, for identifying the location of elements within the source XML, in particular when errors are found. For a document node, the System ID represents the value of the document-uri property as defined in the XDM data model.
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface Location
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface org.xml.sax.Locator
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface NodeInfo
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface javax.xml.transform.Source
        Specified by:
        getSystemId in interface javax.xml.transform.SourceLocator
        getSystemId in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        the System Identifier of the entity in the source document containing the node, or null if not known or not applicable.
      • setSystemId

        public void setSystemId​(java.lang.String systemId)
        Set the system identifier for this Source.

        The system identifier is optional if the source does not get its data from a URL, but it may still be useful to provide one. The application can use a system identifier, for example, to resolve relative URIs and to include in error messages and warnings.

        Specified by:
        setSystemId in interface NodeInfo
        Specified by:
        setSystemId in interface javax.xml.transform.Source
        setSystemId in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        systemId - The system identifier as a URL string.
      • getParent

        public NodeInfo getParent()
        Get the NodeInfo object representing the parent of this node
        the parent of this node; null if this node has no parent
      • getLocalPart

        public java.lang.String getLocalPart()
        Get the local part of the name of this node. This is the name after the ":" if any.
        the local part of the name. For an unnamed node, returns "".
      • getPrefix

        public java.lang.String getPrefix()
        Get the prefix of the name of the node. This is defined only for elements and attributes. If the node has no prefix, or for other kinds of node, return a zero-length string.
        The prefix of the name of the node.
      • getNamespaceUri

        public NamespaceUri getNamespaceUri()
        Get the URI part of the name of this node. This is the URI corresponding to the prefix, or the URI of the default namespace if appropriate.
        The URI of the namespace of this node. For an unnamed node, or for a node with an empty prefix, return an empty string.
      • getDisplayName

        public java.lang.String getDisplayName()
        Get the display name of this node. For elements and attributes this is [prefix:]localname. For unnamed nodes, it is an empty string.
        Specified by:
        getDisplayName in interface NodeInfo
        getDisplayName in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        The display name of this node. For a node with no name, return an empty string.
      • getRoot

        public NodeInfo getRoot()
        Get the root node of the tree containing this node
        Specified by:
        getRoot in interface NodeInfo
        getRoot in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        the NodeInfo representing the top-level ancestor of this node. This will not necessarily be a document node. If this node has no parent, then the method returns this node.
      • iterateAttributes

        protected AxisIterator iterateAttributes​(NodeTest nodeTest)
        Description copied from class: AbstractNodeWrapper
        Return an iterator over the attributes of this element node. This method is only called after checking that the node is an element.
        Specified by:
        iterateAttributes in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        nodeTest - a test that the returned attributes must satisfy
        an iterator over the attribute nodes. The order of the result, although arbitrary, must be consistent with document order.
      • iterateSiblings

        protected AxisIterator iterateSiblings​(NodeTest nodeTest,
                                               boolean forwards)
        Description copied from class: AbstractNodeWrapper
        Return an iterator over the siblings of this node. This method is only called after checking that the node is an element, text, comment, or PI node.
        Specified by:
        iterateSiblings in class AbstractNodeWrapper
        nodeTest - a test that the returned siblings must satisfy
        forwards - true for following siblings, false for preceding siblings
        an iterator over the sibling nodes, in axis order.
      • compareOrder

        public int compareOrder​(NodeInfo other)
        Determine the relative position of this node and another node, in document order. The other node will always be in the same document.
        other - The other node, whose position is to be compared with this node
        -1 if this node precedes the other node, +1 if it follows the other node, or 0 if they are the same node. (In this case, isSameNode() will always return true, and the two nodes will produce the same result for generateId())