| Looking Back |
In the first part of this article, I introduced you to the Xerces XML parser, explaining how it could be used to parse XML documents using an event-driven approach called SAX. I also demonstrated how the parser worked by using it in a couple of simple Java programs, and explained some of the interfaces and callbacks available in the API.
Now, writing a Java program to parse an XML document is all well and good. However, it's not really all that useful if you're a Web developer and your primary goal is the dynamic generation of Web pages from an XML file. And so, this concluding part takes everything you learned last time and tosses it out into the wild and wacky world of the Web, demonstrating clearly how Java, JSP, Xerces and XML can be combined to create simple, real-world Web applications. Take a look!
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