Re: best xml parser to use
sorry I meant thread !! petera wrote: > > > Thanks to all who replied to my e-mail. > > The approach I have decided upon is to try two implementations: > > 1. XSLT > > 2. StAX > > XSLT is really the simplest but my bosses might not like the memory > requirements so StAX would a good alternative > > The URL provided by Brennan is excellent on StAX: > http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.6/tutorial/doc/SJSXP2.html > > Peter > > > petera wrote: >> >> Hi >> >> I have a particular problem to solve: >> >> I have an xml batch file that contains individual xml invoices. I need to >> extract these xml invoices one at a time and >> place them on a message queue i.e. I just need to get all the data >> between the invoice start and end tags put it >> in a string and place it on a message queue (validation occurs on the >> invoice itself on the receiver side). >> >> What is likely to be my best approach, DOM (unlikely I guess), SAX, StAX >> or simply writing a java program using indexOf, in terms of performance ? >> >> >> TIA Peter >> >> > > -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/best-xml-parser-to-use-tf2226882.html#a6186423 Sent from the Xml.org Dev forum at Nabble.com.
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