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Hi,

I am new to this DDML stuff.. What is this DDML, can i parse DDML file as same parsing XML file using JAXP,XERCES etc. I need to parse the DDML file and store the data values into the database based on the business scenarios.

i have sample DDML file



Appreciate Your Help.

Thanks
Gandhi Subramanian

Edit Comment: Added [ code ] and [ / code ] tags without the spaces.
[ November 02, 2004: Message edited by: Madhav Lakkapragada ]
 
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Based on what I see, DDML is like any other XML file,
whose root element is <DDML>.
you should be able to parse this like any other XML file
and store them.

- m............also new to DDML!
 
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Thanks for the Reply. I tried it with XERCES SAX parser as the same of parsing XML file and it worked..
 
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