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> 1) The binary XML idea. I would appreciate some
> reference. How it fits into technical architecture,
> vendor support etc?
I'm not recommending this approach. I just mentioned that there's a
long-running thread on xml-dev on the subject, which you might be interested
> 2) One question I asked earlier in this thread. If I
> create a DOM object at source application using
> Xerces; can I consume this DOM object using another
> parser at recieving end (for e.g. Oracle).
No, not if you serialize it using the default Java object serialization.
> 3) You said -"other possibilities include writing out
> SAX events to a SAX serializer". How is it actually
> implemented? My understanding is - SAX API is used
> while reading the XML document. Can it also be used to
> *create* XML documents?
By "SAX serializer" I mean an implementation of the SAX ContentHandler
interface that serializes SAX events to a lexical XML output stream. The
most portable way of getting a SAX serializer is to use JAXP to get an
identity transformer handler writing to a StreamResult:
ContentHandler serializer =
You can then write the output with calls such as
serializer.startElement("books.uri", "book", "my:book");