DOM implementation

Ray ray at
Wed Apr 29 19:50:42 BST 1998

> > Could any body tell me what other DOM implementation are available out there,
> > other than:
> > Don Park's SAXDOM and Data Channel's DXP.
> > 
> > Does Data Channel's DXP actually use Don Park's SAXDOM ?
> > 

IBM's XML for Java implements the latest DOM spec, but it appears
to be bugged somewhat. As far as I can tell, the JAR file has some
of the old org.w3c.dom interfaces in it, and the parser doesn't
completely implement all of DOM, especially in the area of DTD
info. All of the DTD info is available through IBM specific 
functions, but the DOM functions are just stubbed  with
no implementation.

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