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From "Edwards, Jayme" <>
Subject RE: JDOM and Thank You :)
Date Thu, 27 Apr 2000 22:12:33 GMT
> One difference I do see is the Element#getContent() method. I actually
> don't like this because it removes document order, and I 
> think any good
> "Document Object Model" (i.e. something modeling the document and not
> the data) should preseve document order.
> So unless I've failed to see something here, I don't understand what
> JDOM is actually providing which is supposedly better than DOM?
> Just my $0.02
> --Keith

As per XML Information Set, as long as you have /access/ to instances defined by 
the content model of an element in the document order with which they were 
created, you are OK. You'll have to make the decision as to whether you think 
JDOM meets this requirement or not yourselves.


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