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Sun XML Parser Vs Xerces

 
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Can any one tell me which one is better Sun XML parser or Xerces.
And also about support for these parsers in app servers.
I heard that Sun XML parser is the fastest XML parser.

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Murthy,
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Thanks Pardner!
Personally, I like using Xerces because of the interface, but that's a personal preference. Not sure about speed or other benefits, though.
 
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