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How frameworks parses xml files?

 
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How does frameworks like struts 2 or spring parses xml configuration files and converts to an object? I tried browsing spring source files in github but unclear of its process, the code seems overly complicated and I could'nt able to find the tail.

Is there any online resource(s) explaining the process of parsing xml elements and attributes to java objects?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Probably using something like Digester: http://commons.apache.org/proper/commons-digester/
 
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Thanks for the link. Will try out using Digester. Previously I was trying with JAXB and the code always becomes messy.
 
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