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Is there a way to listen for an <xsl:message> in a Java program

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Is there a way to have a Java program intercept or listen for <xsl:message>'s from an XSLT stylesheet?  I see that it outputs the message to the command line window, but is there a way to tell what it's sending?

I.e.  -- if a pattern does not match, message gets triggered which triggers the application to send an e-mail to someone alerting them.
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