XML DTD parser

Denis_Haskin at iacnet.com Denis_Haskin at iacnet.com
Tue Dec 8 15:15:31 GMT 1998

I've just started using it so I don't have much in the way of details, but the 
IBM XML Parser for Java (http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/formula/xml/) appears to 
have support for accessing the DTD.  To quote from the API doc 

"The DTD class implements the DocumentType interface as defined by the Document 
Object Model (DOM). 

The DTD defines the document class (type) and indicates where to find its 
syntactic grammar definition. "

See also the XJParse sample, particularly using the -dtd option.


--- in re ---

> 1. Can someone please point me to a XML DTD parser?
> 2. In my application I want to be able to open an instance of
>     the document's DTD independently so that I can query it.
> [...etc...]

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