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i want to read the xml datas into my japplet both from client and server so,what kind of parser shall i use...
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Hi, I use Apache Xalan.
 
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I want to use the datas in japplet for constructing a tree...
 
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Oh sorry, I've been having XLST on my mind of lately. I was, without reason, assuming you we're working with XSLT as well when you asked your question. My bad.
 
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I can go with DOM/SAX..Which would be better?
 
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I believe DOM is the W3C standard and SAX is event driven. I believe this means SAX is faster (or can be faster) in parsing while DOM needs to read the complete document before parsing.
 
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I want to use the datas in japplet for constructing a tree...



In that case the DOM is what you need since it will hold all the data and may be very close to the "tree" you want to show.

There are plenty of excellent tutorials - dont charge into this project until you have done some simple samples. Client - server is hard enough to debug without adding xml parsing problems. Work with an example of your data format as a local file first.

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Whether it would be better to use SAX?
 
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What part of my response:

In that case the DOM is what you need since it will hold all the data and may be very close to the "tree" you want to show.


don't you understand?
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