Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.xml.transform.sax
Interface TemplatesHandler

All Superinterfaces:
ContentHandler

public interface TemplatesHandler
extends ContentHandler

A SAX ContentHandler that may be used to process SAX parse events (parsing transformation instructions) into a Templates object.

Note that TemplatesHandler does not need to implement LexicalHandler.


Method Summary
 String getSystemId()
          Get the base ID (URI or system ID) from where relative URLs will be resolved.
 Templates getTemplates()
          When a TemplatesHandler object is used as a ContentHandler for the parsing of transformation instructions, it creates a Templates object, which the caller can get once the SAX events have been completed.
 void setSystemId(String systemID)
          Set the base ID (URI or system ID) for the Templates object created by this builder.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.xml.sax.ContentHandler
characters, endDocument, endElement, endPrefixMapping, ignorableWhitespace, processingInstruction, setDocumentLocator, skippedEntity, startDocument, startElement, startPrefixMapping
 

Method Detail

getTemplates

Templates getTemplates()
When a TemplatesHandler object is used as a ContentHandler for the parsing of transformation instructions, it creates a Templates object, which the caller can get once the SAX events have been completed.

Returns:
The Templates object that was created during the SAX event process, or null if no Templates object has been created.

setSystemId

void setSystemId(String systemID)
Set the base ID (URI or system ID) for the Templates object created by this builder. This must be set in order to resolve relative URIs in the stylesheet. This must be called before the startDocument event.

Parameters:
systemID - Base URI for this stylesheet.

getSystemId

String getSystemId()
Get the base ID (URI or system ID) from where relative URLs will be resolved.

Returns:
The systemID that was set with setSystemId(java.lang.String).

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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