Xsl result document overwrite a file
Notes on the Saxon implementation Since Saxon 9. The base output URI is the systemID of the Result object supplied as the destination for the transformation, or if you are using the command line, the value of the -o flag.
It also means that when a user written result document resolver is in use, it will be called to handle this case with the base output URI supplied as the URI argument.
The xsl:result-document instruction may also take serialization attributes such as method, indent, or saxon:indent-spaces. I'm fixing this for a future release, but I will leave it as it is for the 9. In other cases the document is serialized and written to the file identified by the URI in the href attribute, resolved if it is relative against the base output URI for the transformation which defaults to the destination of the principal output document.
Listing 3 shows the output of the engine when it's run on the sample data file.
The version attribute on the stylesheet tag is set to 2. Serialization attribute, see Details for more information. In all other cases, values of serialization attributes on the xsl:result-document instruction take precedence.
The new model is therefore that the href attribute simply defaults to the base output URI, and is otherwise handled in the same way as any other call on xsl:result-document. In the case of cdata-section-elements and suppress-indentation, the value of the serialization parameter is the union of the expanded names of the elements named in this instruction and the elements named in the selected output definition. I was just looking into this because some folks in my dept have been using what appears to be a sneaky and fragile way to handle caching Re: append not overwrite data to output files, once transformed with xslt In reply to this post by Norman Richter hi michael kay, special thanks for your fast response. So yes, I believe Saxon is implementing the spec as written perhaps a little zealously, but I always prefer to err on the side of conformance. Asynchronous processing of xsl:result-document is automatically suppressed if tracing using a TraceListener is enabled. The destination of the result document can be altered programmatically as described in Resolving the URIs of Output Files. It is used to direct output to a secondary output destination. For any of these attributes that is present on the xsl:result-document instruction, the effective value of the attribute overrides or supplements the corresponding value from the output definition. In the other case, if i would work on a directory i believe thats possible , there is no explicit filename argument on the command line, which i can give to my stylesheet.
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Usually it will therefore be a URI that uses the "file:" scheme. Actually I need just to know that the file exists. In previous releases Saxon attempted to reuse the output stream established for the primary output of the transformation. The serialization attributes method, allow-duplicate-names, build-tree, byte-order-mark, cdata-section-elements, doctype-public, doctype-system, encoding, escape-uri-attributes, html-version, include-content-type, indent, item-separator, json-node-output-method, media-type, normalization-form, omit-xml-declaration, standalone, suppress-indentation, undeclare-prefixes, use-character-maps, and output-version may be used to override attributes defined in an output definition. To demonstrate this, I've upgraded the code within the xsl:result-document tag to provide more information about the results of the test see Listing 4. It's not possible to guarantee this without a reading and parsing the document, and b preventing the URI being written by xsl:result-document because that would cause doc to fail. I use this format in the xsl:result-document tag. Kemper eu Asynchrony can also potentially cause problems if the code calls extension functions that have side-effects. This can be useful when debugging, because otherwise the output from xsl:message and fn:trace can be very confusing. I guess, one way is to give the filename per argument to the stylesheet.
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