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Phil Brumby
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Joined: Jul 08, 2005
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Basically which?

Has to run in midp2 environment and has to be of model type.

Read the J.Knudson article on Sun Dev website but as it's over three years old I wondered if things might have changed a little.

Any thoughts greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Phil.
Mark Spritzler
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Not much change. kXML is usually the choice.

Mark


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If the phone implements JSR 172, then you have a built-in XML parse. But few phones support JSR 172 ...


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Phil Brumby
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Joined: Jul 08, 2005
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Thanks. Yeah the lack of phones supporting jsr 172 is frustrating.

kXML is pull based parsing though no? Needs to be model.

Looking at NanoXML i guess cos their zlib/libpng licensing is easier to handle than GPL licensed ones.

Phil.
 
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