devarapalli at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 24 15:24:37 GMT 2000
You can use sun's XML parser to parse XML documents. Have a look at
You can find some useful tutorials here. You can go for either SAX or DOM
parser depending on your requirements.
if you want to convert XML into HTML, use stylesheet processor. Have a look
at Apache's Xerces and Xalan projects( http://xml.apache.org )
- Murali Devarapalli
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>Subject: Java XML-Parser
>Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 10:44:37 -0800
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>we need a stable XML-Parser for Apache 1.3.9. We
>want to generate XML-code with Servlets. That
>code should be converted to HTML on the fly....
>(What we want do is called a Three tier
>webapplication... I think...).
>What about the Apache xml parser? Is it stable
>thanks in advance
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