Using Java beans to get XML documents

There are many ways to get data from XML documents in to your program. One of them is to use Java beans to get the XML documents.


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To do this there is a library called JOX. You can use this JOX to pass data from an XML document to a Java Bean. With this you can match the elements of the XML document to that of the fields in the bean.

From a bean you can also create an XML document and this can also use the DTD if any to be attached to the XML document. To use JOX, first you have to create either a FileReader or a FileInputStream object that can read the XML file.

After this step you can make JOX read that object and map it to the class.Another way to map the XML elements of an XML documents to that of a java bean is to use the Koala Bean Markup Language.

To use this method to map the XML document to a java bean the XML document should follow the standards / format set by the Koala Markup Language. If this approach of mapping XML to Java bean works for you, you can go with it.




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