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If you create a DOM, you can serialize it by doing an identity
transformation from a DOMSource to a StreamResult using JAXP. You can
control the output using all the XSLT <xsl:output> properties. No stylesheet
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Murali Mani [mailto:mani@CS.UCLA.EDU]
> Sent: 28 March 2002 23:51
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [xml-dev] Xerces, XML Parsers and support for creating
> I have noticed that creating new Documents and then writing these
> documents to an outputStream have not always gotten top
> priority. I have
> noticed the following over the different parsers I have used:
> xml4j 1.1.6 -- the old parser from IBM -- we had TXDocument
> which used to
> have printWithFormat method.
> xerces 2.0.0 alpha -- no support at all.
> xerces 2.0.1 -- there is an XML serializer with which we can do it.
> This is a functionality which I require almost regularly, and I almost
> always find difficult to find. Also none of the examples provided also
> talk about this. I would like to ask why this is so??
> Also it will be good if someone could check if this is the
> way of doing it
> using Xerces 2.0.1,
> DocumentBuilderFactory factory =
> DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance ();
> docBuilder = factory.newDocumentBuilder ();
> Document doc = docBuilder.newDocument ();
> Element el = doc.createElement ("root");
> doc.appendChild (el);
> FileOutputStream outStream = new FileOutputStream ("test.xml");
> XMLSerializer serializer = new XMLSerializer ();
> serializer.writeNode (outStream, doc);
> thanks and regards - murali.
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