[xsl] What's the new Java (1.4) command-line for Xalan transformation processing?

Subject: [xsl] What's the new Java (1.4) command-line for Xalan transformation processing?
From: "William Reilly" <wreilly@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 16:02:50 -0500

[ I apologize if this is an overly Java-related question, but it's to run XSLT transforms. ]

I've missed something in upgrading from Java 1.3.1 to Java 1.4 when it comes to using my familiar command-line Xalan:
	java org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process -IN in.xml -XSL myxsl.xsl -OUT out.xml -PARAM recipe abc

I understand Xalan and Xerces are now part of the Sun Java (J2SE) distribution, and that (in theory?) you don't need to separately install them, but I don't know where to go in all the Java packages to get a similar command-line utility.

About the closest I come in looking at the API is this, and it isn't right...

I searched the XSL-List archive on "Java; Xalan", org\.apache\.xalan\.xslt\.Process, "org.apache.xalan.xslt.Process" etc.
I looked at Dave Pawson's XSL FAQ.
I looked around at java.sun.com.

Going back to Java 1.3.1 and the separately installed Xalan and Xerces directories is of course my option here, but I'd like to learn if/where the information is on how to get a command-line utility with j2sdk1.4.1_01 and its now incorporated Xalan & Xerces classes.

Thanks very much,
William Reilly

Boston, Massachusetts U.S.A.

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