xslt4node

A XSLT package wrapping the XSLT interface of the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP)

xslt4node

A XSLT package wrapping the XSLT interface of the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP).

var config = {
    xsltPath: 'discount.xsl',
    sourcePath: 'order.xml',
    result: 'result.xml',
    params: {
        discount: '2014/08/01'
    },
    props: {
        indent: 'yes'
    }
};

xslt4node.transform(config, function (err) {
    if (err) {
        console.log(err);
    }
));

The easiest way to install it, is via NPM:

npm install xslt4node

Executes a transformation defined by the contents of config.

Arguments

  • config - Object defining the transformation
    • xsltPath {String} optional - Path to the XSLT document used to create the transformer.
    • xslt {String | Buffer} optional - {String} or {Buffer} holding the XSLT document used to create the transformer.
    • sourcePath{String} optional - Path to the XML document to be transformed.
    • source {String | Buffer} optional - {String} or {Buffer} holding the XML document to be transformed.
    • result{String | Function} - If result is a string, this string is interpreted as the path to the file to hold the result of the transformation. If result is {Function} String or {Function} Buffer, the result of the transformation is stored in the second parameter of callback.
    • params {Object} optional - params's properties provide name/value pairs for the parameters for the transformation.
    • props {Object} optional - props's properties provide name/value pairs for the output properties for the transformation.
  • callback(err, result) {Function} - A callback that is called, when the transformation has finished or an error occurred. The error is stored in err. If config.result is String or Buffer, the argument result holds the transformed XML document.

Either xsltPath or xslt but not both may be specified. If neither xsltPath nor xslt is specified, the transformer performs the identity transform. Either sourcePath or source but not both have to be specified.

Some examples are found in the directory test.

Adds a Java archive file to the classpath. May be used to specify a XSLT processor (e.g. by adding saxon9he.jar)

Arguments

  • path {String} - The path to an Java archive file.

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2014 E2E Technologies Ltd

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