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How to work with Xml using Groovy

 
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Hi,

How to work with Xml using Groovy?

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Saritha


 
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Here's another:

Using MarkupBuilder

And perhaps the Processing XML page on Groovy's website will also help to answer your question.
 
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Many thanks for those links. Can we pass a DOM object into Groovy?

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You can pass any Java object into Groovy, yes, and process it using any Java library you care to use, as well.
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