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Do we even require the SAX Parser after installation of JAXP (APIs) in our system for reading and creating the XML Documents Or SAX Parser come inbuilts with the JAXP installation ?
 
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SAX Parser comes with JAXP. I found the SAXParser.class file in JAXP.jar and SAXParser.java file in src.zip file. The readme file in the JAXP zip file is good to read.
In conclusion, once you have JAXP and JDK, you can start XML coding. Good luck.
[This message has been edited by Shama Khan (edited October 11, 2000).]
 
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