Re: Serialize DOM
> > Two ways And a third one: WORK on a serialized file :) In our PDOM (free download at http://xml.darmstadt.gmd.de/xql) an XML file is compiled to a binary random access file. On top of this is a live-object manager that transparently translates DOM operations into updates of the binary file. Thus: no in memory DOM, but a persistent filebased DOM. No need to serialize, its serialized all the time. ++im P.S. There is a paper on this (done for OOPSLA'99) which I can send on request. > > > > 1) if your DOM is ofTXDocument class then you can use method > > printWithFormat(Writer w)(sorry I am not sure of the name but it is > > there) avaible in TXDocument > > 2) See the code in DOMWriter available in samples directory I think > > > > By the way, there does not seem to be any formal way in DOM for In the PDOM.domutil package all of those helper functions are contained. > > a) creating an empty DOM > > b) reading from an XML > > c) writing out it as again as an XML > > > > Since DOM is "XML in memory" and XML is "serialized DOM" how come the > > relationship between the two is not defined at all. -- Ingo Macherius//Dolivostrasse 15//D-64293 Darmstadt//+49-6151-869-882 GMD-IPSI German National Research Center for Information Technology mailto:macherius@xxxxxx http://www.darmstadt.gmd.de/~inim/ Information!=Knowledge!=Wisdom!=Truth!=Beauty!=Love!=Music==BEST (Zappa) XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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