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Velika Srbija
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Hi, I am very new in XML practice.
I learned a lot and now I'm not sure what to use: DOM, JDOM, JAXB or something else.
What is the most common way in parsing XML-docs with Java today?
Balaji Loganathan
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Originally posted by Velika Srbija:
Hi, I am very new in XML practice.
I learned a lot and now I'm not sure what to use: DOM, JDOM, JAXB or something else.
What is the most common way in parsing XML-docs with Java today?

thats depends on a particular scenario and requirements, some of FAQ in the sites ofDOM, JAXB will also help you.


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Velika Srbija
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OK, I understand, but can't make a decision: DOM or JDOM?
Which one is more standard in Java Community today?
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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