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Java Application for handling records(CRUD)

Muhammad Salman
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Joined: Apr 11, 2012
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I am new to JavaEE and am faced with a tight situation here.

I have to develop a Java application for (CRUD) handling records and saving and loading an XML concerning that record. Obviously, I won't be asking you to do this for me. What I would be asking you is to give me some hints/pointer. Initially I thought JAXB would be enough for this but after putting a lot of time learning it and implementing the program I realized that it just can create the XML and read it but for update, delete I would have to do something else. Even if it wasn't for update and delete features requirement for my project I would still think that by just using JAXB is not a good implementation.

In Brief, I am planning to make a java application which takes input from command line to create a xml file then one can update the xml file with putting/editing records, read the xml file and delete a entry in the xml file.
 
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