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- From: Niranjan Rao <nrao@Apptivity.com>
- To: "'raju'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'email@example.com'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 16 Mar 1999 08:35:55 -0800
I am also facing similar problems. I don't want to write attribute and
it's value if the value of attribute is same as DTD. I don't want to
hard code these values in my code, but rather want to get it from DTD.
Are there any API's that can return information about DTD - like
elements allowed here, default and allowed values for attributes etc.
IBM's XML4J had some support but I could not locate methods to get
default values from a DTD.
Thanks for any help,
The three principal virtues of a programmer are Laziness, Impatience,
- From the perl manual.
> But when I gone through the Java-X document, I got methods that will give me
>the current value of the attribute of an element. But is there any way, so
>that I can get the all possible values for an attribute in my Application ??
> In above DTD, PRODUCT element has an attribute CATEGORY which can have any
>one of the following values :
> " Handtool | Table | Shop-Professional " with default value "Handtool". So
>my question is, how can I get the all above three values for the attribute
>CATEGORY in my Application.
> Sorry for asking you problem by personally sending mail.
> Thanking you,
> Rajendra B. Kadam.
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