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There is some information about the API in the relevant
sections of the documentation, for example
for XSLT. Generally, however, if you want to go beyond
what JAXP offers, then the resource you need is the Javadoc documentation which
I do realise this is rather daunting because it
describes a large number of classes and methods that you will never be
interested in. Unfortunately, though, it's difficult for me to identify a subset
- the 10% of classes which 90% of users need. A good way to start is probably by
looking for the classes that implement the JAXP interfaces, and seeing what
additional functionality they offer beyond JAXP.
Make sure you download the saxon-resources8.n file,
which has some sample applications.
i am very new to SAXON . please guide me best
site/tool/books which gives indepth knowldedge on
saxon Java api. still now we are using
JAXP only. So SAXON api is new to me.
help in this regard is