Read DOM Session Transformer
With this transformer, a DOM-object that is stored in the session, can be inserted
in the SAX stream at a given position.
Name : readDOMsession
Simply transforms a DOM to SAX-events, which can be used further on in the
pipeline. Once you stored the result of a query in the session with the
WriteDOMSessionTransformer, you can read it again with the
<map:parameter name="dom-name" value="DBresult"/>
<map:parameter name="trigger-element" value="users"/>
<map:parameter name="position" value="after"/>
In this example, the SAX-events that came from the DOM tree that is stored in
the session with name DBresult will be added after the users element. This means
as soon that the transformer encounters the end-element 'users', it will start
to generate SAX-events from the DOM tree. There are three possible positions,
'before','in' and 'after':
'before' means that when the transformer encounters the 'users' element, it
will FIRST translate the DOM tree to SAX-events and THEN it will continue to
forward the other SAX-events (starting with 'users').
'in' means that the transformer will forward the startElement event for
'users' and that it IMMEDIATELY starts to generate SAX-events from the DOM-tree.
After that, it will continue to forward the child elements of users and then all
the other elements.
'after' means that the transformer starts to generate SAX-events from the
DOM-tree just after it has forwarded the end-element 'users'.
The ReadDOMSessionTransformer is a standalone component, you don't need to use
it in combination with the WriteDOMSessionTransformer.