Package org.inria.ns.reflex.xml.xpath

XPath handling.

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Interface Summary
DeferrableFunction A DeferrableFunction indicates which of its argument is deferred.
DeferredArgument A DeferredArgument is an argument used when calling a deferrable XPath function that indicates that this argument must be evaluated later.
XPath Defines a compiled XPath expression ready to use.
XPathContext Hold a context when evaluating an XPath expression.
XPathFunction Represent an XPath function.
XPathFunctionResolver An XPathFunctionResolver is used to resolve function calls.
XPathVariableResolver An XPathVariableResolver is used to resolve variable calls.
 

Class Summary
EvaluableExpression Reflect a typed data that can be either a hard-coded value or an expression.
Expression An expression is a string that is interpreted as an attribute value template (AVT) in XSLT.
MixedExpression A MixedExpression is used when an expression contains a mixed-string of alternatively simple strings and XPath expression surrounded by curly braces.
StringExpression A StringExpression is used when an expression contains only a simple string, that stands for a litteral string value.
XPathContext.Impl Hold a context when evaluating an XPath expression.
XPathExpression An XPathExpression is used to compute an XPath expression with a given data set.
XPathFunction.NamedXPathFunction A convenient basic implementation that allow to set the name of an XPath function just after its creation.
 

Exception Summary
EmptyExpressionException An error that occurs when an XPath expression is empty.
UnsupportedAxisException Indicates attempt to evaluate an XPath axis that is not supported by the current referent object.
XPathException An error that occurs when using XPath.
XPathFunctionException An error that occurs when an XPath expression can't retrieve the implementation of a function or can't execute it.
XPathSyntaxException An error that occurs when an XPath expression is invalid.
 

Package org.inria.ns.reflex.xml.xpath Description

XPath handling.

Since:
1.4