A Watch represents a class that is interested in looking at nodes passing down a push pipeline.
A WatchMaker is a factory class for creating a
A Watch represents a class that is interested in looking at nodes for the purpose of evaluating uniqueness and key constraints, or for XSLT streaming.
This watch implements a single accumulator in streaming mode.
Watch for an xsl:apply-imports instruction.
This watch implements xsl:apply-templates in streaming mode.
This watch implements xsl:for-each in streaming mode.
An activation represents an occurrence of a node that matches the selection, whose start tag has been encountered and whose end tag has not yet been encountered.
This watch implements xsl:for-each-group in streaming mode.
Process an xsl:fork instruction, by feeding events to each of multiple destinations.
This watch implements xsl:iterate in streaming mode.
Watch for an xsl:next-match instruction.
A Watch represents a class that is interested in looking at nodes for the purpose of evaluating uniqueness and key constraints, or for XSLT streaming; specifically, an implementation of Watch that retains a Pattern which is evaluated to see whether a particular node matches the Watch.
A Terminator provides a method that can be called to cause early termination of a streaming pass over an input document, in the case where no more information from the document is needed.
A Trigger is a Watch that contains a pattern used for matching streamed nodes, and a WatchAction which is invoked when a matching node is found.
This class sits on a push pipeline and evaluates the passing element and attribute nodes.
This package contains defines the two interfaces Watch and WatchMaker, and various implementations of these interfaces.
A Watch is used on a streaming pipeline to recognize specific events, such as the start of a selected element, and to take action when these events occur. A WatchMaker is a factory class for creating a particular kind of Watch. The WatchManager is a class that sits on the Receiver pipeline keeping track of which Watches are active, and notifying them of events so that they can decide whether they are of interest.
Michael H. Kay
28 November 2011
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