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From Paul Campion <camp...@attbi.com>
Subject DOM Object from a DB
Date Fri, 08 Nov 2002 19:39:14 GMT
I need to generate a DOM object from a data base and then write it out to a file.

Can someone provide me with a simple example or a place to find an example to handle this
task?

Regards,
Paul D Campion

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> > I am attempting to use xerces 2.1 with a very large project built using
> > Borland 4.0. I can compile a test app referencing SAX2XMLReaderImpl but
> > I can't link it using the xercer-C_2.lib.
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