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JAXP-compliant XML parser

 
mini mehta
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Hi

Sorry, to ask such a basic question. But does somebody knows what does the phrase "JAXP-compliant XML parser " means? Is it DOM or SAX parser? or does it represents both?

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JAXP is a standard API for processing XML documents in Java using both DOM and SAX. Thus, a JAXP-compliant parser would be a parser that implements the hooks required by the JAXP specification so that the developer can write his XML processing code without importing any parser-specific packages -- the implementation is selected at runtime and used through these "hooks" behind the scenes.
 
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