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XML data binding in J2me

 
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Hi,

Are there a way to implement xml data binding this in J2me?


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You'll have to be a bit more specific. In basic J2ME, there is no support for XML. However, there are some open source XML libraries available that are tuned for J2ME. A quick Google search will return a few.
 
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Hi, thanks for you response, Yes I'm using kxml2, but I want bind xml data like how castor or jibx in j2se allow this. But kxml2 don't support this, I have to parse a xml by hand using xpp or kdom.

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