Using XML4J an XML parser in Java

XML4J has been upgraded to the Xerces-J Parser (Xerces2) and is available as a part of the Apache's Xerces family of parsers. This Xerces-J Parser uses the Xerces Native Interface (XNI). The details of the components and the implementation of XNI are available in the website of apache.org.


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This interface is used for building parser components and it is very easy for programming. This parser includes DOM level 3, complete implementation and the XInlcude implementation recommended by the W3C. OASIS XML Catalogs are also supported in Xerces2.

The APIs should be used in java programming so that you need not change anything in the code if there is any change done to the API implementation in the future. Standards like, XML 1.0, XML 1.1, XInclude 1.0, DOM Level 3 and 2, SAX 2.0.2, JAXP 1.3, and XML Schema 1.0 are supported in Xerces2.

For further details on the different classes, methods, and the properties and how they are implemented using Java can be seen in the apache.org website.




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