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Default Java XSLT technologies

I have a new project that will need an XSLT engine. What I'm now in the process of researching is which Java-based XSLT engine I will use, and are there any related technologies that I should consider to make my job easier :)

I want to go with something that is free.

Does anyone have any suggestions on which technologies I should focus on?

At this point, I'm just trying to understand the big picture of what technologies I might be able to use, and then make decisions for the project.

This would run as part of an application server I am creating.

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