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From "RamDeepak Ramesh" <ramdee...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Digester question
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2007 13:46:47 GMT
Hi Omer Berkman :

I have used this long back, accept the fact about the performance.
But we designed a in-house product for our own DAO, we used this digester to
read the SQL ( in specific XML format ) and then manipulate them.

Contact me if needed detailed information.( I need some time :-) ).

Regards,
Ramdeepak R

On 2/1/07, Omer Berkman <Omer.Berkman@ins-sure.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
>
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> Has anyone ever used Digester to parse incoming XML files before?
>
>
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> I know that the digester web page says this is a tool to read config
> files and the it is not a good performer,
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>
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> but I am  curious  to find out if anyone has tried to parse incoming XML
> messages into Java objects with Digester ( I mean in prod ).
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>
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> Thanks very much,
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>
>
> Omer Berkman
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