Java validating parser
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What this means is that developers can access and process XML data without having to know XML or XML processing.
An XML document does not have to have a schema, but if it does, it must conform to that schema to be a valid XML document.You can obtain * a copy of the License at https://java.net/public/CDDL * or glassfish/bootstrap/legal/See the License for the specific * language governing permissions and limitations under the License.Suppose you need to develop a Java application that accesses and displays data in XML documents such as
These documents contain data about books, such as book name, author, description, and ISBN identification number.
You could use the SAX or DOM approach to access an XML document and then display the data. In that case, you would need to: After unmarshalling, your program can access and display the data in the XML document simply by accessing the data in the Java content objects and then displaying it.