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hi:
I have a little experience with XML. I want a recomendation for a good book. It will be good if I could use XML spy.
 
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Hi Hanna,

It will be good if I could use XML spy


You can download XML spy for a month and work on it. I am doing the same. Its a good tool and helps out starters.
The book J2EE and XML by Manning publications is downloadable free. Check it out.
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To all the XML people
There are few chapter in Java server side programming by wrox and tutorial by sun as J2ee 1.4 which has know how of XML and DTD's. So even if you are starters then also there isnt much to panic and this much know how would be enough for next decade.
Steve
 
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