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- From: Sunny <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sun, 06 Aug 2000 14:01:24 -0400
As I understand it - SAX lets you stream the xml data, providing events
that can be trapped as and when needed.
So, biggest advantage - it doesn't have to maintain an in-memory tree of
Two questions here -
1) Without loading the document, how does a sax-based parser know that the
document is valid and well-formed ? Is that something that I sacrifice when
I use a sax - parser ?
2a) Now, the document hasn;t been loaded yet , so how do I apply
transformation or xsl-fo to the xml-document ? Is that something that 'they'
are still trying to figure out - or is there some documentation somewhere
2b) Does Xalan do this ?
( thanks Simon for the earlier reply)