RE: XPath Expression

Hi, Blake

> Additionally, XPath tutorials that you mention (such as the one at
> actually *add* to the confusion instead of helping things
> (for XML Signatures anyhow). The expressions that you use for selecting an

I found the following on the xalan-dev mailing list which is a nice toy to see what parts of a document are selected by an xpath expression (simply to 
java files which are used together with Xalan):

From: "Paul Brown" <>
To: <>
Subject: XPathTester source available
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 16:25:53 -0500

The (commented) source code for the XPathTester is now posted on the
FiveSight site along with a compiled JAR file for the XPathTester, and the
licensing is relaxed to an Apache-compatible "free use provided credit is
given" license.

Seems to work nicely with Xalan-2.2.D9.


Paul Brown

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Received on Thursday, 16 August 2001 07:53:12 UTC