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From "Marco Tedone" <>
Subject RE: XML parser advice
Date Tue, 24 Jan 2006 13:41:26 GMT
If you've got an XML schema defined, use Castor (xsl to Java and
viceversa). It perfoms all validations for you and reading/writing to
input/output streams.



-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Lipscombe [] 
Sent: 24 January 2006 13:43
To: 'Tomcat Users List'
Subject: XML parser advice

Hi Folks

We have a webapp running within Tomcat 5.0. I need to develop some XML
functionality -  basically output the contents of a number of db tables,
adhering to an XML schema that I have developed.

It's 2 1/2 years since I have done any XML work and I am sure that
things have moved on apace since then.

What is the "best" parser to use with TC. Is it still Xerces?
Are there any recommended resources online that highlight current best

Any pointers much appreciated. 

TIA - Adam

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