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- From: "Abhishek Srivastava" <abisheks@i...>
- To: "xml dev mailing list" <xml-dev@i...>
- Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 10:58:46 +0530
I have the following requirement. A client wants to
query a database. It sends out an SQL Query to the Database server. At the
server side, instead of returning a recordset, it returns an XML
The client on receiving the XML file, parsers it
for "Validity" (to be sure that all elements it had asked for are
Problem is that at the server side, How to build
the xml document.
Presently, I am doing something like
String("<Name>") + rs.getField("auName") +
However, this is a very inelegant approach as the
code is full of such string concatenations.
Is there a more elegant solution to this ?
All the material on XML talks about parsing and reading XML. What about writing
them ? Are there DOM / SAX Api extensions available that would
create "VALID" XML documents without clutter in the
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks & Best Regards,
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