XML Server Getting Started    
Appendix C : XPathAPI   Helper Class used in this tutorial 
package com.cti.xmlsp; 
import org.xml.sax.SAXException; 
import org.w3c.dom.Node; 
import org.w3c.dom.Document; 
import org.w3c.dom.NodeList; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.XPathSupport; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.XPath; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.XPathProcessorImpl; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.xml.XMLParserLiaisonDefault; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.xml.PrefixResolverDefault; 
import org.apache.xalan.xpath.XObject; 
public class XPathAPI 
   public XPathAPI() 
    _xpathSupport = new XMLParserLiaisonDefault(); 
    _xpath = new XPath(); 
    _xpathProcessor = new XPathProcessorImpl(_xpathSupport); 
  public void setPrefixResolver(Node contextNode, Node namespaceNode) { 
    if(null == namespaceNode) namespaceNode = contextNode; 
 _prefixResolver = new PrefixResolverDefault((namespaceNode.getNodeType() == Node.DOCUMENT_NODE) 
                                                         ? ((Document)namespaceNode).getDocumentElement() : 
  public void setPrefixResolver(Node contextNode) { 
 setPrefixResolver(contextNode, contextNode);    
   * Use an XPath string to select a single node. XPath namespace 
   * prefixes are resolved from the context node, which may not 
   * be what you want (see the next method). 
   * @param contextNode The node to start searching from. 
   * @param str A valid XPath string. 
   * @return The first node found that matches the XPath, or null. 
  public Node selectSingleNode(Node contextNode, String str) 
    throws SAXException 
    return selectSingleNode(contextNode, str, contextNode); 
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