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Xpath JDK 1.4

 
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Hi ranchers,

Does any one knows where I can find a good tutorial and downloads to use xpath in a jdk 1.4?

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First question - why 1.4? XPath is in the standard library since 1.5 and the Javadocs contain enough examples to get you started.

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Try using older versions of dom4j or jdom which are jdk 1.4 compatible, to get started easily.
 
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