[jdom-interest] newbie Q
xuemin at appresso.com
Wed Nov 20 17:53:55 PST 2002
Both IBM developer works and JavaWorld host a few good articles
about JDom. Thought kind of outdated, should give you a good jump-start.
Just a few quick links:
In addition, use the jdom as a keyword, you should be able to find
a wealth of jdom articles on the internet.
Installing the jdom is easy, either include it in your classpath, or
drop it in your JVM standard extension lib directory.
pan yijun wrote:
> you need include jdom jar in your classpath
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Paul_Wallace at allsolutions.com.au
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> To: jdom-interest at jdom.org <mailto:jdom-interest at jdom.org>
> Sent: Thursday, November 21, 2002 9:16 AM
> Subject: [jdom-interest] newbie Q
> I am near virginal to the integration of XML and Java. I
> would like to simply parse an XML file in a JSP page and pull the
> data. As a result I have been directed to JDOM and hence this
> mailing list. I've downloaded JDOM Beta 8. Thus far I have not come
> across any literature for installation. I have read the readme.txt
> which does not seem to describe in great detail how to get started.
> Can someone either point me in the right direction to such
> literature or give me some idea of where I neeed to extract the
> files, and where I can run some samples?
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