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Doubts IN XML and Java

 
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Hi friends,

I am displaying some values in TreeTable format..

Each row may be expanded to some sub row..

All the rows have same no.of .column..Somewhat I managed to display the hardcoded values..

My boss asked me that which format I need that data..I guess he is prefering XMl.

Can anyone guide me if i write that kind of XML , how can I get the values in JAVA,

Is it need of DTD???

these are the fields


Module, Start Date,EndDate,Stauts..


Each has more child..That child may have more child


I hope that any XML folks can help me


Thanks in Advance,
 
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I'd suggest going through this tutorial and checking out the code examples Java Developer's Almanac has to offer.
 
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