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XML and Database save

 
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Hi,
I need your help guys. I m very new to XML and DOM technology. Let me tell u what I want to do. In one part of my web application I have to provide VCI interface (Excel like tool). This interface is both way mean to display information and save back to database.
I know that I can create a servlet that can create VCI sheet ( VCI provide Java support) and send it to applet at front-end. I can fill sheet using JDBC and java classes. I have no idea how to save it back. Now I came to know about this XML and DOM technology.
So some one please tell me how should handle these kind of situation and how can this XML and DOM help me?.
Fast response would be greatly appreciated.

vivek
 
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Vivek,
Why dont know go through real world Tutorials on XML and Java at http://developerlife.com/
I found them very interesting, simplicity, easy to understand.
I believe those tutorials may bring some idea for your requierment.
Jahan. http://jahanns.virtualave.net/
 
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