Java and Result-tree fragments

Subject: Java and Result-tree fragments
From: "Michael J. Hudson" <mhudson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Jun 2000 12:37:15 -0400
So... I know language extensions are unique to each XSL processor,
but does anyone know generally...  how one can pass a result-tree
fragment to a Java method.  Currently, I can only figure out how
to pass a node-set to a Java method... but the node-set only has the
top-level node when really I want the entire tree, so I can parse it
appropriately in the Java method.  I'm using Lotus XSL 1.0 processor.
Any ideas?  Thanks!

Michael J. Hudson
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