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Java API for XML Processing - JAXP
This tutorial provides a quick introduction of JAXP 1.4 included in JDK 1.6 and tutorial example of XML DOM parser as Java application.
DTD Validation with DOM and SAX Using Java
This tutorial helps you undersstand XML file validation with DTD files. Two tutorial Java programs are provided: one with DOM and one with SAX.
Data Binding with Castor
XML data binding for Java is a powerful alternative to XML document models for applications concerned mainly with the data content of documents. This article by an enterprise Java expert introduces data binding and discusses what makes it so appealing. He then shows readers how to handle increasingly complex documents using the open source Castor framework for Java data binding. If your application cares more about XML as data than as documents, you'll want to find out about this easy and efficient way of handling XML in Java.
Effective XML processing with DOM and XPath in Java
Based on an analysis of several large XML projects, this article examines how to make effective and efficient use of DOM in Java. The DOM offers a flexible and powerful means for creating, processing, and manipulating XML documents, but it can be awkward to use and can lead to brittle and buggy code. Author Parand Tony Daruger provides a set of Java usage patterns and a library of functions to make DOM robust and easy to use.
Managing e-zines with JavaMail and XSLT, Part 2
This article demonstrates how to automate e-mail publishing chores with Java and XML. This concrete application of XML and XSLT describes an e-mail newsletter (e-zine) publishing application that outputs both HTML and plain text e-mail messages. Five reusable code samples include a Java program to send e-mails using JavaMail, an XSLT style sheet to convert the DocBook sample introduced in Part 1 to HTML, a Java configuration handler (in the form of a SAX ContentHandler), and the Java code that puts it all together in a multistepped transformation.
XML programming in Java
This article describes the design and implementation of an intuitive, fast and compact (40K) Java toolkit for parsing and manipulating XML -- Electric XML -- the XML engine of the author's company. It shows one way to apply object-oriented techniques to the creation of an XML parser, and it provides useful insight into API design. The source code for the non-validating parser described in this article may be downloaded and used freely for most commercial uses.
Using XML and JSP together
XML and JSP are two of the hottest buzzwords these days. This article shows how you can use these two technologies together to make a dynamic Website. You also get a look at code examples for DOM, XPath, XSL, and other Java-XML techniques.
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