I have created a java form in Swing that has fields for user input. What I need to do is to get that user input into xml format that conforms to an xml schema I created. Is it possible to do this with DOM? I saw a createDocumentType function that seems like it might be what I need. Does that sound right? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi All, Even I have a similar kind of doubt. I have been using classes from the com.docuverse.dom package for creating a DOM structure for a XML file. But whenever I am creating such a file I need to get the initial root element from an already existing XML file. In other words I first parse an already existing XML template file using the DOMParser of org.apache.xercers.parsers package. From this I get the Document of the XML file and from there I get the Root Element to which I add the rest of the elements. Can I not create a Document and append elements to it from scratch and then write the whole structure to a file? Can anyone provide me with any kind of tutorials / links / help that will help me do the same?
As lasse mentioned, I tyhink the straigt forward way to do it is to write it using a fileoutputstream as follows !!!
DOM does provide an Interface called DOMImplementation that allows you to create a new Document based on a DTD. You can then add elemnts and attributes using the Document interface. I am not sure if tehre is one for schema . The methods defined in teh interface are as follows
An example of doing ot using this would be as follows
Hope this helps hari
Ketan KC Chachad
Joined: Nov 23, 2003
Thank you Hari Vignesh Padmanaban for the code. But can you provide me with some links for that will help me understanding the API more? Some kind of Tutorials of any kind. It will be a big help. Thanks in advance. This request goes to everyone who can help me
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Creating xml documents dynamically based on a schema