Java, XML and JAXP by Arthur Griffith, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Java, XML, and JAXP. Arthur Griffith. If you understand Java, this book will get you going with XML. The Java API for processing XML documents is named JAXP. The sole purpose of Sun Microsystem’s Java XML API is to write programs that Arthur Griffith offers clear and concise coverage of the underlying theory.
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Back cover copy A nuts-and-bolts guide that focuses exclusively on Sun’s Java XML API An overwhelming amount of information about XML exists in books and magazines, on the Japx, at conferences and seminars, and even in mass mailings that can send the most technologically savvy person whirling. You could find yourself hard-pressed to find a resource that contains a concise breakdown of all that data, filtered and distilled to its bare bones– until now.
Arthur Griffith realizes that other books on the topic are often expansive tutorials that force the reader to wade through arthjr the material before finding the critical information needed. He explores one option of placing the XML data in an internal tree-like structure and the alternative of streaming the XML data through a filter.
Wiley Computer Publishing Timely. Visit our Web site at www. Table of contents Introduction. Some General Notes about Syntax. A Detailed Parse Tree Griffigh. Making a Copy of a Document.
Inserting a New Element Node. Locating a Node and Modifying Text. Deleting a Tree Node. Replacing a Tree Node.
Locating Elements by Tag Name. Duplicating a Portion of the Tree.
Moving and Copying Attributes. Locating a Node by an ID. Editing the Text of a Node.
Java TM, XML, and Jaxp (Electronic book text)
Splitting a Text Node. Creating a Parse Tree from Scratch. Moving Nodes between Documents. Editing by Using a Document Fragment. Inserting a Processing Instruction and Comment.
Java, XML and JAXP
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