IBM alphaWorks releases JROM (in-memory tree representation )

IBM alphaWorks releases JROM (in-memory tree representation )

Post by d » Fri, 28 Jun 2002 08:59:43

just out -

An XML Schema-based tool that provides an in-memory tree
representation of instances of structured, typed information,t=gr


1. HOW-TO: Create an in-memory dom tree

Based on an xml configuration file containing file references, I'd like
to build a new xml document using DOM (package XML::DOM).

For this, I need to create a DOM object in memory. Does somebody have
or point me to an example how to build this object?
The main problem is the second and further level e.g.


I succeed to create the members tag but do not now how to create the
member tag in the members tag nor the first_name in the member tag etc.

Thanks in advance for your help.

- Gert

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