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Anonymous
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hi,
i am planning to download xml parser.can anybody suggest me the best from available(free) parsers.
thank you,
sridevi
Carl Trusiak
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The best is a matter of opinion and need, personnally I prefer Xerces from apache.org. http://xml.apache.org/xerces-j/index.html
It provides full functionality for SAX, DOM level 1 and DOM level 2. Apache uses it for the basis of several other projects including Cocoon, Xalan etc.
If you are intigrating with Oracle products or IBM products, you might consider them.
Hope this helps.


I Hope This Helps
Carl Trusiak, SCJP2, SCWCD
Anonymous
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Originally posted by Carl Trusiak:
The best is a matter of opinion and need, personnally I prefer Xerces from apache.org. http://xml.apache.org/xerces-j/index.html
It provides full functionality for SAX, DOM level 1 and DOM level 2. Apache uses it for the basis of several other projects including Cocoon, Xalan etc.
If you are intigrating with Oracle products or IBM products, you might consider them.
Hope this helps.

hi,
i visited the site and when i tried to download it it showed me a list of files.now, do i have to download all the files ?do all of them need to be in a single directory?

please let me know.
thank you,
sridevi
Shama Khan
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Joined: Aug 14, 2000
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You would need to download only one file. If you're using a PC (ie. WIN95/98/NT) then you would download the file ending with
'zip'
You really need only the binaries file but the source is also available along with tools.
So essentially you need only one file a binary zipped file for Java.
However, I can't tell you which version to download.
Shama

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