This is a question I could probably figure myself, but I guess Mike is
knowing the answer and I try to safe time.
Assume you have XSLT genererated output und need to postprocess it.
Yes one could use JAXP and an XMLFilter to do the conversion.
The problem is I need it as fast as possible, and the XMLFilter will
actually look that way, that it will really filter certain SAX events.
The resulting XML is actually a somewhat large HTML and I really appreciate
the HTML renderer of Saxon. Is there an easy way to do something like
XML ----via XSLT (probably SAXON)---> XML encoded HTML ---XMLFilter---> HTML
but not doing it like
XML ----via XSLT (probably SAXON)---> XML encoded HTML ---XMLFilter---> XML ---trival XSLT--> HTML
for example does something I do not immediately find in org.sf.saxon.output implement
a XMLReader or a ContentHandler or whereever I can feed my filtered stuff
into and then writes me correct HTML to a Stream?
Thank you for any help,