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Replacing JDOM

Sivakumar Nachimuthu
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Hi ,

I have to replace the Open Source JDOM in my application.

I am also new to XML ..

Please help to choose the right replacment .
Anubhav Anand
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Originally posted by Sivakumar Nachimuthu:
Hi ,

I have to replace the Open Source JDOM in my application.

I am also new to XML ..

Please help to choose the right replacment .


*My* first reaction will be what is the need to do so.
Could you please specify that anyway, so we can think of a replacment, if any
William Brogden
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Just use the standard Java library, no need to get fancy.

You should do some XML tutorials before diving into the project.

Bill
 
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