Subject: [xsl] <xsl:message terminate="yes"> results in zero byte file getting written|
From: "Grant Slade" <grant.slade@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 14:46:49 -0600
transformer.transform(xmlStreamSource, new StreamResult(new FileOutputStream("F:\\myfile.xml")));
If I have an <xsl:message terminate="yes"> in the xsl stylesheet "myfile.xml" gets written but as a zero byte file.
If I try and use Java to delete the file through the File class, it won't delete it although it finds the file through the exists() method.
My question is, is there a way to either not have the file get written in the first place, or is there a way to force a delete of that file?