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Reading a XML file

 
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Hi,

I have a complex XML file to read,

Actual XML file looks like this:
<LDEGER>
<DAYPROFIT>
<DAY>
<NAME>Monday</NAME>
</DAY>1234
<DAY>
<NAME>TuesDay</NAME>
</DAY>1002
</DAYPROFIT>
</LEDGER>

Here DAY tag can appear multiple times and if you have noticed 1234 and 1002 are appearing just after each closing tag of DAY..
I am able to read Name tags but unable to read 1234 and 1002....values using SAX and dom parser...

Can somebody will help in reading this file?

Thanks in Advance.

Regards
 
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I'm not sure how you're parsing but if you use the Java API for XML (JAX) and implement the org.xml.sax.ContentHandler interface you should get a call to the characters() method with the text supplied as an array of chars after a call to endElement() passing the name of the "DAY" elements. You should also be able to get the info using javax.xml.parsers.DocumentBuilderFactory.newInstance().newDocumentBuilder().parse(xmlSource) and traveresing the returned Document instance. (I noticed a mistake in your example XML, the opening tag for LEDGER is misspelled. Maybe that's a problem?)
 
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