This section applies to the Java platform only.
Saxon includes an adapter that allows the source tree to be a JDOM document.
To use this facility:
The JAR file saxon-jdom.jar must be on the classpath
JDOM must be installed and on the classpath
You must be using JDK 1.4 or later.
The sample application JDOMExample.java illustrates how a JDOM tree can be used
with Saxon. It combines two scenarios: running XPath expressions directly against a
JDOM tree, from the Java application; and invoking a transformation with the JDOM document
supplied as the Source object.
The application is designed to take two arguments, the
in the samples/data directory, and the
total.xsl file in the samples/styles
directory. The application builds a JDOM tree, modifies it in situ to add extra
attributes, and then references these attributes from the stylesheet.