[jdom-interest] any cisco employees on this mailing list?

Richard Landon RLandon at youbet.com
Wed Nov 8 17:35:22 PST 2000

Here's what I'd say:
(1) JDOM is, in fact, w3c.dom api (can convert back and forth between JDOM
documents and w3c.dom documents)
(2) JDOM is for Java: It simplifies XML api into a content more natural for
Java development
(3) JDOM continues the process of streamlining XML for Java, in that in
builds on and extends the JAXP technology from Javasoft
(4) JDOM has Apache Xerces XML DOM parser, bundled in, for free.
Regards, Rick Landon

-----Original Message-----
From: Charlie Wu [mailto:charwu at cisco.com]
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 4:31 PM
To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
Subject: [jdom-interest] any cisco employees on this mailing list?

this may be a bit off topic.. so please accept my apologies..
i'm doing a project at cisco here and am planning to use jdom as my xml
api.. however i will have to justify my choice.. (vs. the w3c dom api).. and
like any other big corporation, cisco is not among those who live on the
bleeding edge.. 
if you're working for cisco and have been officially endorsed to use jdom,
can you please contact me?
or if you have been thru such a dilemma in another company.. how did you
convince your not-so-technical project leads?

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