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I understand XML and XSLT.
To run jsp and servlet we install TomCat and do required configurations etc.
My question is how do we run XML files what all I have to run in my local system.

Could anyone please recommend any books?


Thanks in advance. :roll:
 
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Your Java standard edition 1.4 or 1.5 should have all the XML libraries you need. You should be able to find good tutorials online, just search for "java xml tutorial'
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XML is not something you "run". It is just a plain text file to represent data in a certain format. once you have a file, you write applications to interact with that file when you "run" the application.

I would start with W3schools xml tutorials.
Thanks.

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