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From d...@multitask.com.au
Subject Re: Using XML to create Java objects
Date Wed, 30 Oct 2002 16:23:21 GMT
Matt,

this is how betwixt works.... Betwixt is an extension of Digester...
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Matt Pickering <mp_sk8r@yahoo.com> wrote on 31/10/2002 02:33:24 AM:

> > >http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/digester/
> > 
> > and you can configure Digester with an XML rules
> > file, so really you 
> > don't have to write a line of code to use it. 
> > OnJava.com and 
> > Javaworld.com both have run articles on Digester in
> > the last week or 
> > two... must be something in the water.
> 
> Perhaps there is something in the water.  Digester
> lools like a more advanced version of what I have
> attempted.  The main difference is I don't write any
> rules at all other than what I provided in the XML
> fragment in my previous post.  I simply have to tell
> the engine what tag will map to a specific object.  It
> takes care of the rest.  I guess my strategy is more
> minimalist and narrower in scope. 
> 
> I've seen APIs like Digester and don't mind them.  I
> just didn't want the hassle of writing mapping rules,
> whether in code or in a config file.  I've taken the
> approach of letting code discover everything on its
> own rather than have me tell it what to map what to. 
> 
> Thanks for the info.
> 
> Matt Pickering
> 
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