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Java and XSLT

Eric M. Burke
Publisher: O'Reilly
First Edition September 2001
ISBN: 0-596-00143-6, 528 pages
By GiantDino

Learn how to use XSL transformations in Java programs ranging from stand-alone applications to servlets. Java and XSLT introduces XSLT and then shows you how to apply transformations in realworld situations, such as developing a discussion forum, transforming documents from one form to another, and generating content for wireless devices.

Software and Versions
Conventions Used in This Book
How to Contact Us
1. Introduction
1.1 Java, XSLT, and the Web
1.2 XML Review
1.3 Beyond Dynamic Web Pages
1.4 Getting Started
1.5 Web Browser Support for XSLT
2. XSLT Part 1 -- The Basics
2.1 XSLT Introduction
2.2 Transformation Process
2.3 Another XSLT Example, Using XHTML
2.4 XPath Basics
2.5 Looping and Sorting
2.6 Outputting Dynamic Attributes
3. XSLT Part 2 -- Beyond the Basics
3.1 Conditional Processing
3.2 Parameters and Variables
3.3 Combining Multiple Stylesheets
3.4 Formatting Text and Numbers
3.5 Schema Evolution
3.6 Ant Documentation Stylesheet
4. Java-Based Web Technologies
4.1 Traditional Approaches
4.2 The Universal Design
4.3 XSLT and EJB
4.4 Summary of Key Approaches
5. XSLT Processingwith Java
5.1 A Simple Example
5.2 Introduction to JAXP 1.1
5.3 Input and Output
5.4 Stylesheet Compilation
6. Servlet Basics and XSLT
6.1 Servlet Syntax
6.2 WAR Files and Deployment
6.3 Another Servlet Example
6.4 Stylesheet Caching Revisited
6.5 Servlet Threading Issues
7. Discussion Forum
7.1 Overall Process
7.2 Prototyping the XML
7.3 Making the XML Dynamic
7.4 Servlet Implementation
7.5 Finishing Touches
8. Additional Techniques
8.1 XSLT Page Layout Templates
8.2 Session Tracking Without Cookies
8.3 Identifying the Browser
8.4 Servlet Filters
8.5 XSLT as a Code Generator
8.6 Internationalization with XSLT
9. Development Environment, Testing, and Performance
9.1 Development Environment
9.2 Testing and Debugging
9.3 Performance Techniques
10. Wireless Applications
10.1 Wireless Technologies
10.2 The Wireless Architecture
10.3 Java, XSLT, and WML
10.4 The Future of Wireless
A. Discussion Forum Code
B. JAXP API Reference

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