[oXygen-user] Programatic DocBook generation

Sorin Ristache
Thu Jul 28 08:53:30 CDT 2005


If you can call Ant from your plugin the easiest way to do the 
transformation to HTML is using the "xslt" Ant task:


For examples of calling Saxon form a Java application see:


For sample Java applications that use Xalan see:


Best regards,

T Reaves wrote:
>     Hello all.
>     I use Oxygen mainly standalone for editing DocBook XML files.  I'd 
> like to start processing these to HTML for inclusion in my web  site.  I 
> love that I can do this from within Oxygen, but I'd like to  be able to 
> do it programatically as well.  I'm wondering if someone  can point me 
> in the right direction; I'd like to know the easiest way  to do this.  
> What libraries are required, and the API for how to  convert from XML to 
>     As always, a short example would be wonderful!
>     As to why I don't simply save the html Oxygen produces: I'm  using a 
> CMS solution, and the DocBook would be stored as XML.  I'm  writing a 
> plugin that will do the transform when the page is requested.
>     Thanks!
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