XML code samples using Java API

Java API can be used working with the XML documents. It is very easy to work with the XML documents if you know the classes that should be used and the methods available for working with the XML documents.


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There are certain packages that should be used to work with the XML documents. A typical import statement at the top of the program code would include the following:

import org.w3c.dom.Document;
import org.w3c.dom.DOMException;
import org.w3c.dom.Element;

To work with the XML documents you need to have a document object into which you can load the XML file or which can be used to create an XML file using the Document Object Model. Let us consider an example of creating an XML document using the DOM. First create the document object.

For this you might be creating a DocumentBuilderFactory object and then a DocumentBuilder object before you create a new document object. Once you create the document object you can use that object's createElement() method to create the elements and use the appendChild() method to append to the element.

Once you create the element you have to create a text node using the createTextNode() method and then append it to the element needed.



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