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Hi,

i am new to rss. i dont know how to develop an rss feed reader using java. i am working with a web application

using spring. I would like to create an Rss Feed reader. this feed reader should should read XmlRss files ( rss2.0)

from other web sites and i should be able to read these feed in my own web site so that when they update thier RSS

Feed , i should get the latest content in my website. I would like to develop this application using spring web mvc

or using java. i am using oracle database. with it help me anyway. And the most of it is there will be registered

user for my site.

Please help me to how to go about that and if possible give some sample codes.

Thanks and Regards,
Ramesh
 
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Do you plan to make it all yourself, or do you want to use libraries ? You can check those :
  • ROME
  • Jakarta FeedParser


  • If you want to make one yourself, you may need to know about a few gotchas about RSS. You could try to read Rss and Atom in Action which shows you how to parse newsfeeds.
     
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    Hi Cristophe,

    Thanks for giving the reply. i think i should use the libraries.

    the links you have given are very helpfull.
    thanks once again.
     
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