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hai,
we r using XML File for storing data , in the Tomcat server....
The structure of the file is like a database record with 4 column...
Before that we were using a db for holding this data..from that the records are selected using the following query " SELECT DISTINCT APPLICATIONNAME,CATAGORY FROM APPLICATION WHERE APPLICATIONID="?"
Now how can I get data in such fashion after parsing the XML File?
 
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You can use DOM or SAX or XSLT
See this link http://www.javaranch.com/gramps/XMLLinks.jsp for learning the above techniques/languages
[ December 04, 2003: Message edited by: Balaji Loganathan ]
 
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Using SAX parser is easiest way to do this.
Parser will throw events at each opning/closing tag.
U will just have to catch those events to get the element.
J2EE tutorial
Go to chapter 5. Its a nice SAX tutorial..
hth
sumukh
 
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