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How can I convert the .txt files to xml document? Are there any reliable softwares available, or can I do it with the help of Java?
Windows .txt files are files that contain human readable ascii text. There is no further structure to it. XML files are also human readable but reflect natural structure in the file's data. Unf...more
Sun manages the XML-INTEREST list. You can signup and read the archives at http://archives.java.sun.com/archives/xml-interest.html. There are also the Apache XML mailing lists. See http://xml.ap...more
If you include a namespace in the root element of your source document, a spec-compliant XSLT processor is supposed to duplicate it into the resulting document. This is often not what you want. T...more
Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 Specification DOM XSL Cascading Style Sheets more
Stylesheets are used to present XML. A stylesheet describes how to present data. The description is separate from the data. The Cascading Stylesheet Specification (CSS) is a language for associat...more
An Xbean is a software component that takes XML as input, processes it in some fashion and then passes XML on to the next Xbean. Xbeans are Java Beans. Java Bean technology supports the packaging...more
The DOM is actually specified in a language independent fashion using OMG IDL. Thus, in theory any language for which there is an IDL binding could be supported. In practice, Java is the most popu...more
IBM's Alphaworks site has XML parsers written in Java and C++. Both produce DOM trees. Sun's project X also has an XML parser written in Java. It produces a DOM trees. There are also various ope...more
The DOM stands for the Document Object Model. It defines a programmatic API for accessing XML documents. The XML document is represented as a tree. Using the DOM API, a programmer can construct, q...more
Who's defining standard DTDs? What are these xMLs anyway?
XML is good for representing data in a vendor neutral format. It is a good format for exchanging data between software systems. It separates the content of the data from the presentation of it.more
XML is being standardized by the XML Working Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The specification for Version 1.0 was accepted by the W3C on Feb 10, 1998.
XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. It is an extensible document language for specifying document content (i.e. data). Unlike HTML, XML does not contain pre-defined elements for describing ...more