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Hi All
I am new to this fourm.I am planning to take the certification in october.I had some experience with XML like,i had worked in a project where we need to parse the XML document using SAX and show as reports.There i studied some basics of XML and SAX API.I am sure this is not sufficient.I need help from all the members of this fourm.
Please provide me some tips,resources from where i should start.
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Kavitha
 
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Welcome to the Forum.
I would say start with the FAQ's (heheheh...).
On a more serious note, out FAQ's are for starters
and we do a good job answering most of the newbee
questions.
But the important thing is to get your hands dirty,
dig into code/examples and learn. Posting here always
helps and brings out the best in a lot of people. Atleast
thats what I think.
We do have quite a few links on this forum home page, in
case you haven't noticed it.
Thanks.
- madhav
 
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