From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2000 1:49 AM
Subject: Re: XML Java
you can use the Xerces package available at http://xml.apache.org
it implements the DOM Interface specified by the w3c. To write an DOM tree to an Output stream you can use the class XMLSerializer.
I don't know how common you are with XML. If you need an example ask me.
"Scott Whipple" <email@example.com>
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An: "Midrange Java" <JAVA400-L@midrange.com>
Thema: XML Java
What I am doing is writing a java program that uses an
SQL statement. The statement is assigned
to"ResultSet". What I want to do with the "ResultSet"
is translate it into a XML page. Then I want to take
the XML page and assign it to a XML Data Stream(STDOUT
possibility). Create an HTTP object and assign the XML
Data Stream to the HTTP object. From there the HTTP
object is sent via the web to predetermined web server
via the instruction set in the HTTP object. The HTTP
object (now on another webserver) has a reciprocal
action preformed on it and ultimately the data is either
written to another database or to a Web page. The last
portion of this is already written using VB script (Once
the data stream is on another server). Also we can do
the first part of this paragraph in VB script and get
the XML stream to the AS 400, however we cannot do
anything with it once it is at the the AS 400.
My question is does the AS 400 provide anything I have
mentioned above because I have not found anything at
this point that comes remotely close to the processes I
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