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  • From: Leif.Ydreborn@saab.se
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 09:04:37 +0100

I think it should be useful to have some "output tool" (classes) that helps
you to
do as much syntax check (DTD) as possible ( even helps you to write end tags).

For example, you are collecting a lot of different objects ( calling
writeXML() for each )
from many different EJBs (you don't have control, DTD version problems) and
you have to deliver
the result ( a lot of data ) based on a special DTD on the fly (a web
I don't have enough of memory to parse in memory.
I want to deliver data as quick as possible.

I think this will be a normal problem.
Is there any good praxis.

Leif Ydreborn

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