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From Olga Uskova <>
Subject RE: How does XML.JAR relate to other Java XML
Date Sun, 30 Apr 2000 23:05:52 GMT

You will need to have XML parser. Depending on what Java you are using
you can get
IBM XML Parser for Java at
or Sun has its own parser (I don't know the link). I believe that
parsers have its own xml.jar files.

Also here are tutorials on using java and XML
--lots of IBM tutorials

--another good tutorial

hope it helps,
-----Original Message-----
From: William Brogden []
Sent: Sunday, April 30, 2000 12:03 PM
Subject: How does XML.JAR relate to other Java XML

Could some kind soul enlighten me as to where the xml.jar that
comes with Tomcat distributions fits into the XML - Sun - J2EE
etc. etc. scheme of things?

There seem to be all sorts of initiatives using Java with XML.
I would like to write servlets and JSP using Java XML parsing
but I don't want to use any package that might have a conflict
with XML.jar - hence this plea.


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