Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.xml.transform.SourceLocator

Packages that use SourceLocator
javax.xml.transform This package defines the generic APIs for processing transformation instructions, and performing a transformation from source to result. 
javax.xml.transform.dom This package implements DOM-specific transformation APIs. 
 

Uses of SourceLocator in javax.xml.transform
 

Methods in javax.xml.transform that return SourceLocator
 SourceLocator TransformerException.getLocator()
          Method getLocator retrieves an instance of a SourceLocator object that specifies where an error occured.
 

Methods in javax.xml.transform with parameters of type SourceLocator
 void TransformerException.setLocator(SourceLocator location)
          Method setLocator sets an instance of a SourceLocator object that specifies where an error occured.
 

Constructors in javax.xml.transform with parameters of type SourceLocator
TransformerConfigurationException(String message, SourceLocator locator)
          Create a new TransformerConfigurationException from a message and a Locator.
TransformerConfigurationException(String message, SourceLocator locator, Throwable e)
          Wrap an existing exception in a TransformerConfigurationException.
TransformerException(String message, SourceLocator locator)
          Create a new TransformerException from a message and a Locator.
TransformerException(String message, SourceLocator locator, Throwable e)
          Wrap an existing exception in a TransformerException.
 

Uses of SourceLocator in javax.xml.transform.dom
 

Subinterfaces of SourceLocator in javax.xml.transform.dom
 interface DOMLocator
          Indicates the position of a node in a source DOM, intended primarily for error reporting.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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