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Interested in use XML to populate queries which are stored in Java objects which are serialized

 
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Hi,

I am trying to create a system which instead of create a Statement in SQL, uses Java classes. I mean create a java class which retrieves values from XML and generates the SQL dinamically.

Is that possible? What way could I do it?

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Possible? Sure, why not?

Your first step would be to learn how to parse XML to get the values needed.

Harold's free online book contains lots of examples.

Bill
 
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Hi Bill and others,

I already know what way do that but my doubt in more about what way create the object and serialize it, creating the query dinamically. It is a little mess for me.

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as with all programming projects, you need to break it down into smaller parts. I see several:

1) create the object
2) serialize it
3) create the query

Each of these are separate, distinct problems. You shouldn't worry at all about #2 and #3 when working on #1. That makes the problems much more manageable.
 
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