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Re: DTD problem

dtd problem
If you're not tied to JAXP, then just use a DTD parser. For a list of
free parsers, see:


-- Ron

Paul Johnston wrote:
> I am writing a simple XML retrieval tool, and I want to be able to find out from the XML documents associated DTD, which elements are allowed under a certain element.
> I am using Java, and can retrieve the "model" using JAXP's DeclHandler but it's just a string of text like (it's an example):
> (atag|btag*)+
> is there an available parser for this info?  Having looked at the spec, I don't want to have to write my own if I don't have to!

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