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Creating nodes in a document

 
Guru Vasu
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Hi,

I am new to XML and I am trying to create an xml document.



In java to form the above document I did the following:



After which I am basically stuck - how would I create a node inside the document (I clearly see this is basic and simple) .... but whichever tutorial I go through wont give me an answer for this (there are parsers to read and convert xmls to DOM back and forth - but how would I form just a simple xml

I am expecting something like



I do not want to use external jars/libs/apis like XStream or castor to do the above.

How would I do the above?

thank you
Guru
[ November 22, 2006: Message edited by: Guru Vasu ]
 
Rahul Bhattacharjee
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<root> <element> <name>Name</name> <value>Value</value> </element></root>

Create a document.Create an element with name root and append to document, continue the same to create the structure and for adding Name , create text node and append to element name.

For creating various xml nodes use Document as factory.(it has all the required methods.)
 
Guru Vasu
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Thank you Rahul



The above produced the desired output.

Could you please check and reply if I am doing what you asked me to? and if I can cutshort any of the above calls?

Thank you again Rahul

Guru
 
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