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What do I need to start xml development?

 
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Hi:
I am beginner with writing Java code for XML. I know how to write xml documents. What are the XML specific tools and packages that I need?
Thanks for the help.
 
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The Java SDK 1.4 now comes with many XML related packages as part of the standard library. Although there are MANY additional XML related toolkits, you can get alot done with the SDK. See the javax.xml.* packages and the org.w3c.dom and org.xml.* packages in the JavaDocs.
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You should also check out javaalmanac.com which provides example code snippets for a wide variety of programming tasks.
 
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I am movin' this thread to the XML forum... Thanks.
 
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