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New to XML. Please help !!!!!!!!

 
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Hello guys,
I am about to start EJB. In there XML for deployment descriptors. On Windows XP/ME/2k/98 which XML parser can I use ?. Do I have to install XML on my PC ?. Please write me.
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Originally posted by Gurpreet Saini:
Hello guys,
I am about to start EJB. In there XML for deployment descriptors. On Windows XP/ME/2k/98 which XML parser can I use ?. Do I have to install XML on my PC ?. Please write me.
gurpreet


Seems you are bit excited with new technologies
If you want to learn EJB, just go ahead and download some EJB server and start using them as instructed in the user manual. Don't worry about parser stuff now.
if you want to learn basics XML, then visit www.w3schools.com and read the xml tutorial there.
 
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