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Details about DOM

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Here are some details which are required regarding DOM:
1.What are the advantages of DOM technology over other web
technologies like servlets,JSP?(Relative advantages & disadvantages)
2.What are the present application servers which support this
technology?(other than enhydra)
3.Some books (may be on net) regarding this.
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We cannot compare DOM with JSP/Servlets, in a sense �ASP vs. JSP�. They are not competing technologies; each has its own niche. DOM (Document Object Model) is a language-independent interface for web documents (XML in particular). It defines how an XML document can be read and modified.
For this proposal DOM and JSP/Servlets can be used complimentary. These links can give you more information:
Using XML and JSP together By Alex Chaffee
Serving XML with JavaServer Pages by Duan Yunjian and Willie Wheeler
There is a free chapter from Java Examples in a Nutshell,
Chapter 19: XML regarding DOM and SAX issues.
Also check this:
Professional Java XML Programming with Servlets and JSP, by Tom Myers, Alexander Nakhimovsky
Chapter 10: JSPs and JavaBeans
You can find even more links on our XML links page!

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