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From Edwin Goei <Edwin.G...@eng.sun.com>
Subject Re: Which package?
Date Thu, 15 Mar 2001 22:23:56 GMT
> Jean Lazarou wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
>   We are teaching different Web/Java technologies in our university,
> at this moment
> one student is working on a project that needs to read and write
> HTML/XML files,
> I dowloaded Xerces two weeks ago, we looked for a way to write DOM
> documents
> to files and didn't find anything but an example I adpated to kludge
> the problem right
> now. I used packages included in Tomcat, which include this feature,
> and thought
> Xerces was the right package to use. I see, now, Crimson and I also
> got a Sun package.
> So here is my question, which one is the recommended one, if any?

You will undoubtedly get different recommendations on which to use
depending on who you ask.

Here are the options I know about:

Use an identity transform from JAXP 1.1, but this requires an XSLT
processor.

Use the serialize package of Xerces.

There is a similar output method in

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