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JDOM in a production environment

 
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Hi
has anyone used JDOM in a production environment? what has been your experience of it?
tia
frank
 
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Frank , I just want to know whether JDOM specs. are finalized ?
If they are not yet finalized & standardized , then atleat organizations won't be using that. This is my opinion.
Developer community will be using JDOM. You can go to This link to have more information on this standard & you will get the info about who are the users of this standard on this site only.
I think this is useful.

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Shailesh,
JDOM is not a spec. It is just another Java-based framework that makes your parsing job little neat and easier. As far as W3C is concerned, they don't even know what JDOM is !!
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I too would love to find out the answer to this question. I don't think the final version 1.0 of JDOM is available yet, it is still in beta 5. However it is fun to use, and I really love the way it has been designed. We are seriously contemplating using it in the near future in a production environment, so I too would love to get some feedback on that.
 
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Hi Ram
I don't see any article at this address. Are you sure it's correct?
frank
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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