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July 23, 2014

Using Apache ANT to run XSLT

Filed under: ANT,Eclipse,XML,XSL,XSLT — cangione @ 5:38 pm

I have been using Apache ANT within Eclipse to run XSLT. The advantage to using ANT is you can easily setup a processing pipeline utilizing various XSLT filters.

Example Ant Target:

<target name="Run-XSLT-Filter" >	
	   <xslt style="myfile.xsl" in="example.xml"  out="example-reloaded.xml"> 
                <!--add your favorite XSLT Processor here-->
	   	<pathelement location="classes/saxon.jar"></pathelement>

August 10, 2005

Optional Ant Tasks

Filed under: ANT — cangione @ 1:12 am

Not all tasks are built into the core distribution of ANT. There are additional tasks that ANT can perform if the option is available.

For a list of optional tasks refer to:

March 11, 2005

Maven Project

Filed under: ANT — cangione @ 2:04 pm

Maven is a Java project management and project comprehension tool. Maven is based on the concept of a project object model (POM) in that all the artifacts produced by Maven are a result of consulting a well defined model for your project. Builds, documentation, source metrics, source cross-references and a countless number of reports are all controlled by your POM.


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