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DOMSource

public class DOMSource
extends Object implements Source

java.lang.Object
   ↳ javax.xml.transform.dom.DOMSource


Acts as a holder for a transformation Source tree in the form of a Document Object Model (DOM) tree.

Note that XSLT requires namespace support. Attempting to transform a DOM that was not contructed with a namespace-aware parser may result in errors. Parsers can be made namespace aware by calling setNamespaceAware(boolean).

See also:

Summary

Constants

String FEATURE

If getFeature(String) returns true when passed this value as an argument, the Transformer supports Source input of this type.

Public constructors

DOMSource()

Zero-argument default constructor.

DOMSource(Node n)

Create a new input source with a DOM node.

DOMSource(Node node, String systemID)

Create a new input source with a DOM node, and with the system ID also passed in as the base URI.

Public methods

Node getNode()

Get the node that represents a Source DOM tree.

String getSystemId()

Get the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.

void setNode(Node node)

Set the node that will represents a Source DOM tree.

void setSystemId(String systemID)

Set the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface javax.xml.transform.Source

Constants

FEATURE

Added in API level 8
String FEATURE

If getFeature(String) returns true when passed this value as an argument, the Transformer supports Source input of this type.

Constant Value: "http://javax.xml.transform.dom.DOMSource/feature"

Public constructors

DOMSource

Added in API level 8
DOMSource ()

Zero-argument default constructor. If this constructor is used, and no DOM source is set using setNode(Node) , then the Transformer will create an empty source Document using newDocument().

See also:

DOMSource

Added in API level 8
DOMSource (Node n)

Create a new input source with a DOM node. The operation will be applied to the subtree rooted at this node. In XSLT, a "/" pattern still means the root of the tree (not the subtree), and the evaluation of global variables and parameters is done from the root node also.

Parameters
n Node: The DOM node that will contain the Source tree.

DOMSource

Added in API level 8
DOMSource (Node node, 
                String systemID)

Create a new input source with a DOM node, and with the system ID also passed in as the base URI.

Parameters
node Node: The DOM node that will contain the Source tree.
systemID String: Specifies the base URI associated with node.

Public methods

getNode

Added in API level 8
Node getNode ()

Get the node that represents a Source DOM tree.

Returns
Node The node that is to be transformed.

getSystemId

Added in API level 8
String getSystemId ()

Get the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.

Returns
String Base URL for this DOM tree.

setNode

Added in API level 8
void setNode (Node node)

Set the node that will represents a Source DOM tree.

Parameters
node Node: The node that is to be transformed.

setSystemId

Added in API level 8
void setSystemId (String systemID)

Set the base ID (URL or system ID) from where URLs will be resolved.

Parameters
systemID String: Base URL for this DOM tree.
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