Processing XML with Java: A Guide to SAX, DOM, JDOM, JAXP, and TrAX, Volume 1

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Addison-Wesley Professional, 2003 - Computers - 1071 pages
-- Author is uniquely qualified to write this book! He is the author of numerous well-received books on Java and has written two of the best-selling books on XML. This is the book that brings his skills together.

-- Harold has a fantastic reputation, is a skilled writer, and has excellent publicity channels.

-- A complete guide to writing Java programs that read and write XML documents.

Java is the ideal language for processing XML documents. Consequently, more XML tools have been written in Java than in any other language. More open source XML tools are written in Java than in any other language. Processing XML with Java fills an immediate need for developers who are working with XML in Java. It is a comprehensive tutorial and reference to the major APIs. This book shows developers how to: save XML documents from their applications written in Java; read XML documents produced by other programs; communicate with network servers that send and receive XML data; validate documents they receive against DTDs, schemas, and business rules; and integrate XSLT into their programs.

 

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Contents

XMLRPC and SOAP
57
Chapter3 Writing XML with Java
121
Converting Flat Files to XML
151
Chapters Reading XML
211
SAX
259
The XMLReader Interface
306
SAX Filters
367
Chapter 9
433
The DOM Traversal Module
597
Output from DOM
617
Summary
640
The JDOM Model
687
XPath
753
XSLT
805
Appendix A XML API Quick Reference
869
Appendix B SOAP 1 1 Schemas
969

Creating XML Documents with DOM
493
The DOM Core
539

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Elliotte Rusty Harold is an internationally respected writer, programmer, and educator. He is an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, where he lectures on Java and object-oriented programming. His Cafe con Leche Web site has become one of the most popular sites for information on XML. In addition, he is the author and coauthor of numerous books, the most recent of which are The XML Bible (John Wiley & Sons, 2001) and XML in a Nutshell (O'Reilly, 2002).



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