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XML Parsing With DOM and Xerces (part 1)
The Simple API for XML (SAX) is just one approach to parsing XML. An alternative approach is the Document Object Model (DOM), which builds a data tree in memory for easier, non-sequential access to XML data fragments. In this article, find out how to combine the Java-based Xerces parser with the DOM to create simple Java/XML applications.If you're at all familiar with XML programming, you'll be aware that there are two basic approaches to parsing an XML document. The Simple API for XML (SAX) is one; it parses an XML document in a sequential manner, generating and throwing events for the application layer to process as it encounters different XML elements. This sequential approach enables rapid parsing of XML data, especially in the case of long or complex XML documents; however, the downside is that a SAX parser cannot be used to access XML document nodes in a random or non-sequential manner.

Type: DOM  #Views: 693  Category: Article    

XML Parsing With DOM and Xerces (part 2)
In this concluding article of a two-part series, use your knowledge of DOM processing with Xerces to construct simple Web applications based on Xerces, XML and JSP. Examples include transforming an XML file to HTML via Xerces and dynamically generating an XML document tree from a MySQL database.The first part of this article discussed XML parsing with the Xerces DOM parser, explaining the basics of creating and traversing an XML DOM tree. It also illustrated the theory with practical (and not-so-practical) examples, using parser interfaces and callbacks to to construct some simple Java programs.

Type: DOM  #Views: 448  Category: Article    

Visual Basic and the XML DOM: An Annotated Example
One of the most frequently asked questions we get concerning XML and Visual Basic is about how to work with the Microsoft XML Parser (MSXML.DLL) that comes with Internet Explorer 5. It's fine knowing how to write XML, but one needs to know how to read and manipulate an XML file.

Type: DOM  #Views: 304  Category: Article    

microdom: an XML DOM Designed For HTML
As the change from HTML to XML-based standards takes place, it is natural to start using XML tools and APIs for processing and generating HTML documents. Unfortunately the change to newer standards is not without problems and requires additional work on part of the software.

Type: DOM  #Views: 253  Category: Article    

DOM for Web Services, Part 3
In the first article of this series I discussed the XML authoring and processing requirements in web services, explained the DOM architecture along with the features in the three DOM levels, and introduced MSXML and Xerces, two popular DOM implementations.

Type: DOM  #Views: 155  Category: Article    

When to Use DOM
The Document Object Model (DOM) is a standard that is, above all, designed for documents (for example, articles and books). In addition, the JAXP 1.2 implementation supports XML Schema, which may be an important consideration for any given application.

Type: DOM  #Views: 183  Category: Article    

XML Strengths and Weaknesses with DOM, ASP and XSL
Since the inception of XML, many developers have wondered why they need XML and how they can use XML to their benefit. In this article, Nakul looks at some of the terminology that comes with using XML and its related technologies, as well as how to create and transform XML documents with ASP and XSL.

Type: DOM  #Views: 291  Category: Article    

Understanding the DOM
The DOM works by loading an XML document into memory. The result is an in-memory representation of the document that can be parsed and edited. All relationships between different nodes within the document are maintained so you can think of it as being similar to a genealogical chart with parent/child hierarchical relationships.

Type: DOM  #Views: 293  Category: Article    

Java and the XML DOM
The XML explosion hardly needs any introduction - it's everywhere and there just seems to be no end to what can be done with XML. While writing to the W3C standards, and keeping up with the pace for corporate implementation, you, the programmer or web developer, will need a comprehensive guide to get you started and show you what XML and its related technologies can do. A thorough guide is imperative to success because you will need to know and understand the full scope of XML from day one in order to work with it successfully. With your time constraints and impossible project schedules, you need a comprehensive guide that fulfills your needs in one complete book. Inside XML is an anchor book that covers both the Microsoft and non-Microsoft approach to XML programming. It covers in detail the hot aspects of XML; such as, DTDs vs. XML Schemas, CSS, XSL, XSLT, Xlinks, Xpointers, XHTML, RDF, CDF, parsing XML in Perl and Java, and much more.

Type: DOM  #Views: 296  Category: Article    

The Parser and DOM
This sample chapter introduces the best way to read XML documents from JavaScript or Java.

Type: DOM  #Views: 261  Category: Article    

DOM XML: An Alternative to Expat
At this point, you are probably wondering what is a DomNode. This is a good place to start talking about the objects that are included in the module. There are five objects defined by DOM: DomDocument, DomNode, DomAttribute, DomDtd, and DomNamespace. We are going to be focusing primarily on the DomDocument and DomNode objects because they are the most useful.

Type: DOM  #Views: 270  Category: Article    

Testing the DOM API
This section provides a brief conceptual introduction to the DOM: what it is, how it provides structure for HTML and XML documents, how you can access it, and how this API presents the reference information and examples.

Type: DOM  #Views: 241  Category: Article    

Xml Matters #14: Those Awkward Limits Of Dom, Sax And Xslt
The library HaXml creates native representation of XML documents as native recursive data structures in the functional language Haskell. HaXml brings with it a set of powerful higher order functions for operating on these "datafied" XML documents. Many of these HaXml techniques are far more elegant, compact, and powerful than one finds in familiar techniques like DOM, SAX, or XSLT.

Type: DOM  #Views: 281  Category: Article    

A Great Find for XML Parsing in J2ME
Enhydra's kXML is a great little XML parser with a small footprint, making it perfect for J2ME apps. It uses a unique method of DOM manipulation and parsing called "pull parsing." Find out whether kXML is must-have for your toolbox.

Type: DOM  #Views: 381  Category: Article    

XML Strengths & Weakness’ with DOM, ASP & XSL
This article explains in a very simple manner how you can use XML in ASP and VB. Since the inception of XML people many developers have wondered why we need XML... How is it better than HTML? For starters, XML is far more powerful than HTML, and that power resides in the "X" in XML (which stands for "eXtensible"). Rather than providing a set of pre-defined tags, as in the case of HTML, XML specifies the standards with which you can define your own markup languages with their own sets of tags. XML is therefore a meta-markup language, allowing you to define an infinite number of markup languages based upon the standards defined by XML.

Type: DOM  #Views: 258  Category: Article    

Display XML in tree format using Javascript
In this article, I present a XML based client-side JavaScript that reads data from an external XML file, traverses the XML data and displays the same in a tree format. I'll use the XMLDOM ActiveX object built into Microsoft Internet Explorer for the same.

Type: DOM  #Views: 522  Category: Article    

DOM XML: An Alternative to Expat
There are many xml tutorials for php on the web, but few show how to parse xml using DOM. I would like to take this opportunity to show there is an alternative to the widespread SAX implementation for php programmers.

Type: DOM  #Views: 781  Category: Article    

A Beginner's Guide to the XML DOM
This article discusses how to access and manipulate XML documents via the XML DOM implementation, as exposed by the Microsoft® XML Parser.

Type: DOM  #Views: 345  Category: Article    

XML Transformations with CSS and DOM
As the adoption of XHTML continues to expand in Web development circles, the inevitable question arises: Can't we just skip over the browser-specific cruft of HTML and create our documents in pure XML?

Type: DOM  #Views: 327  Category: Article    

Build Your Own Lightweight XML DOM Parser
Microsoft's MSXML parser is rich in functionality, but in some cases a full-featured parser is too large for resource-limited environments. Don't count XML out yet though; you can write your own lightweight VB XML parser in fewer than 400 lines of code!

Type: DOM  #Views: 208  Category: Article    

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