Hi, I have started to look into java API's for XML parsing. My current need in my project is to take XML file, construct a JTree out of it, display it , allow users to manupulate the JTree and finally manipulate the XML file accordingly. DOM/JDOM API seems to be the best fit for me. I understand that we can use parse method to obtain a Document object. But I did not find any API like XMLWriter which will convert the Document back to XML file. (I'm not talking about output to the screen) I know that by using XMLOutputter with JDOM package or by creating our own XMLOutput class we can write to the modified Document object to the same file, but I want a more obvious solution like a parse call, which takes a Document object as input and gives a XML file. Could you please help me??? Thanks, Sony [This message has been edited by sony gam (edited June 20, 2001).]
Take a look at my answer for a similar question in an older post. Hope that helps you too! ------------------ Ajith Kallambella M. Sun Certified Programmer for the Java�2 Platform. IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, V1.
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