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That kind of structure is called mixed content in the DOM model.

private XMLReader get XMLReader() throws LSException { if (reader == null) { Namespace Aware(namespace Aware); Validating(validating); XInclude Aware(x Include Aware); try catch (Parser Configuration Exception e) catch (SAXException e) throws Parser Configuration Exception, SAXException { this.factory = factory; /* Since we disable DTDs, we can't be validating.


The two most common types of nodes in XML document are element nodes and text nodes.

With Java DOM API we can create nodes, remove nodes, change their contents, and traverse the node hierarchy.

Both of them seem to have the same purpose (create a XMLReader). SAXParser Factory: seems to be more configurable more boiler-plate code officially supported api example code: // SAXParser Factory SAXParser Factory factory = SAXParser Instance(); SAXParse...

I have an applet that needs to call JAXP, specifically SAXParser Factory.

The DOM API is filled with design patterns, especially creational patterns: package consists solely of interfaces), which can let a misbehaved program wreak havoc in a shared environment such as an app-server.

The XML specification requires that an XML document either have a prologue that specifies its encoding, or be encoded in UTF-8 or UTF-16.

In my experience, a DOM document is the most usable form for parsed XML, because it can be accessed multiple times once parsed.

By comparison, with a SAX parser you have to know exactly what you're looking for at the time you parse.

*/ try catch (Unsupported Operation Exception e) catch (No Such Method Error e) { /* This is OK; older versions of the parser do not support XInclude at * all.

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