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   RE: Data Structures and XML

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  • From: Sasha Nakhimovsky <sasha@mail.colgate.edu>
  • To: "'David Wang '" <dwang@mitre.org>, "'XML-DEV '" <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 22:14:46 -0400

A possible approach would be to have a SAX Parser traverse your data
structure and emit appropriate DocumentHandler calls at all the right
junctures.  The DocumentHandler can take whatever action is needed.

We have implemented this approach for the DOM Node and the JDBC ResultSet,
in our chapter for Professional JavaServer Programming, 2nd Edition,
forthcoming from WROX.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Wang
Sent: 6/19/00 4:51 PM
Subject: Data Structures and XML

I'm sure something analogous to this question has been asked before, but
sheer mass of XML-dev posts in the archive and the lack of an obvious
way to
search them on www.xml.org/archives/xml-dev (the link on
to xml-dev is broken, BTW) necessitates me to ask a repeated question.

My situation is this: I have a data structure in Java that contains all
necessary info for creating a valid XML document (i.e. serialize the
data-structure into XML) that conforms to an existing XML Schema.  It's
structured in a node/edge fashion, so the conversion would be easy.  I
want to
know what the best way to create that XML document programmatically is,
technology-wise (SOAP, DOM, SAX, etc ?).
<snip />

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