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RE: Slightly OT: Java, XML, JTree question

jtree xml
Just to add... is this the right idea, or should I just do the tree in Java (ignoring the XML), and then generate XML from the Tree on a "generate xml" action???


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Johnston [mailto:pjohnston@p...]
> Sent: 12 December 2001 10:13
> To: xml-dev@l...
> Subject:  Slightly OT: Java, XML, JTree question
> I know this is slightly OT, but...
> I have a Java program that displays the XML document in a Java 
> JTree.  I want to be able to edit the underlying XML by clicking 
> on the JTree component, however, I am confused by how to 
> reference the JTree component in the DOM...
> Underlying it all is:
> an XML document
> Using DOM to parse document and create the JTree
> Output JTree
> If someone clicks on the JTree, how do I reference the XML 
> component in the DOM (say I want to add an attribute to an element)...
> If this is the wrong place to ask, then sorry, but I'm sure there 
> are people out there who can help!
> Paul
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