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Topic: changing xslt processor in FOP
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 132696
From: Herpes
Date: 5/13/2005 10:35 PM


Hello!

I'm using FOP to create PDFs from XML files in conjunction with XSLT stylesheets. As I want to make use of some XPATH 2.0 and XSLT 2.0 functionallity which is not available in the XALAN version packaged with the current FOP release I currently have to do the generation of the PDFs in two steps:

1) I generate the XSL:FO-file with the XSLT processor of saxon7 which provides XPATH 2.0 and XSLT 2.0 functionality
2) I use FOP for generating the PDF from the XSL:FO-file.


Does anyone know how replace the XSLT processor in FOP with the one of your own choice?

Thanks

herpes

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