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how to Read and write XML file with some conditions

 
P.Sivaraj
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Hi,

My Java program has to read an XML file under Root tag, the root tag is having Many Child Tag, the code has to show the name of the Child tag and it has to read some particular tags under Child tag and it has to write that tag contents in a file(.txt or .xml).

And the code also have to Skip some child tags and skipped child tags (particular tags in skipped child tags have to be read and write in another file) will start with a different Name(Only two tags will be added extra, compared to other child tags) but the contents and the tags it has to read and write will be the same as the child tag as in first case, but this has to have the contents of the newly added tags also.

But how to Achieve this. Please help me in coding.

Please guide me.

Thanks In Advance,
Siva
[ September 14, 2006: Message edited by: P.Sivaraj ]
 
Paul Sturrock
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We have a forum specifically for XML questions. I'll move this there.
 
William Brogden
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You need to proceed step by step - first get the code for reading an XML document into memory as a DOM (Document Object Model).
Sun's XML tutorial may be a big help to get started.
After you have a DOM, you can apply various methods to locate specific elements, but first things first.

Bill
 
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