DOM - Creating Documents
jmg at trivida.com
Thu Apr 22 18:12:07 BST 1999
Snarfed from the very useful guide.html that came with the IBM xml4j
(version 1.1.9) distribution
(the documentation has changed in later versions, and I haven't looked for
Creating a new XML document is a three step process. First, create the
TXDocument, which is the concrete implementation of Document. Second, create
the various XML objects using the TXDocument's create* methods. Finally, use
appendChild to append these appropriately to the TXDocument or sub-Elements.
Make a TXDocument instance.
TXDocument doc = new TXDocument();
Create something, a DTD or root Element.
Element root = doc.createElement("ROOT"));
Append the newly created Element.
Append something to the root Element you have added.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ronald Bourret <rbourret at ito.tu-darmstadt.de>
To: 'XML-DEV' <xml-dev at ic.ac.uk>
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 1999 4:55 AM
Subject: Re: DOM - Creating Documents
> 2) Is it really not possible to create a new Document with IBM's classes?
> I can't find a method for doing it.
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