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PLEASE TELL ME FROM WHERE DO I DOWNLOAD XML PARSERS,
FOR SAX AND DOM.
THANKS IN ADVANCE.
SANJAY
 
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Sanjay,
I think u can head start first reading abt parsers and wht is exact difference b/w SAX or DOM parsers.
To guide you, u can go xml.com or go to IBM site, search for XML, there u can find good tutorials abt parsers.
There are lot of parsers (freely available), but to decide wht to use, you will have to get the knowledge of parsers etc etc.
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You can read about Sun's implementation of the parsers at:
http://java.sun.com/xml/xml_jaxp.html
(This is the Java JAXP API that you can code against)
http://www.xml.com/pub/rg/94
(A big list of parsers for various platforms)
Hope this helps.
Glen Jansen
Java/XML Cert in Training.
 
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Sanjay Balu,
I agree with the others. I still haven't got my hands dirty and I'm STILL reading up on a *lot* of things. It seems this topic is ENDLESS!! Research a bit first, ask a lot of questions here and you'll have a good foundation on which to build! Good luck!
 
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Ajith provided some useful URLs.
Here are some: http://www.javamug.org/XML.html http://www.megginson.com/SAX/Java/
 
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Hi,
Use this URL to get information and downloaing sites for parsers.
<A HREF="http://<B rel="nofollow">http://www.xmlsoftware.com/parsers/</B>"; TARGET=_blank>http://www.xmlsoftware.com/parsers/ .
Thanks.

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L Goundalkar
lggoundalkar@hotmail.com
Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform
 
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I faced a similar question few days ago...
I would suggest u to begin from the suns xml site.
You would get easy downloads and many can help if u face problems.
The Jaxp parser can be learnt easily and there is more awareness of this parser so u can seek help easily.
best of luck!
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I got this link from another thread here:
http://java.sun.com/xml/jaxp-1.1/docs/tutorial/xmltutorial-1_1.pdf
It's a JAXP/XML tutorial. Pretty cool!!
 
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