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Isaac Ferguson
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Hi,

I have a XML in standard 96 and I need set all the content in a java object(instance of Class1) with exactly the same fields.

After that I create a Class2 with the fields correspondent to an XML which is in standard 66.
Ok, then I set all the data from one instance into another(bussiness logic)

And after that I set the content of the Class2 into another XML with the standard 66.

Do you think is this a good and easy approach? And if it is which is the best tecnich for each step?

Thanks

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Ivan Jozsef Balazs
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You describe what you do without explicitly telling what the task is.
 
Isaac Ferguson
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Hi

what I need is transform from XML standard 96 to XML standard 66

That is the task I need to do

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