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Is there a downloadable XML prototype/mini project with a java
interface that could be used either "as is" or "enhanced upon "
found on the net ? and also I would like to know of a book
other than java xml(wrox press, Alexander Nakhimovsky et al) and Proffesional Java XML(wrox press, Kal Ahmed et al) that comprehensively covers XML-java implementation.... plz comment
 
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I've gone thro the XML List , was very useful , if someone could still suggest about a downloadable sample prototype application
it would be of great help - Thanks
 
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