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doubt regarding DOM parser

 
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Hi!
I recently coded a client server program where I use a dummy server and it is not a multi threaded server.It executes perfectly with simple lines of code or even the html files.but now i have been asked to modify the client program in such a way that it sends out an xml file to the server and by default when this comes back the program should parse it effectively using the DOM parser.I am new to the concept of DOM.but i tried it.But the DataInputStream object is showing null and so not able to parse.Could you please help me out on this.?If possible could yousend me a client server program that does the above function.Thank you!
 
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Sun has this tutorial on DOM methods that includes lots of example code.

Note that you should be reading XML as a character stream - probably with a Reader of some sort, not a DataInputStream.

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