[jdom-interest] Linearising a document
mike at saxonica.com
Wed Nov 8 01:50:08 PST 2006
> It has come to my attention that the term used for
> linearising a dom may be known as marshalling. i.e. laying
> out the whole dom as a flat file xml style. What's
> unmarshalling, anyway?
Converting the tree to lexical XML usually called "serialization", although
that term is overloaded.
The term marshalling generally refers to a process that takes a graph of
objects as input and produces a message that can be sent over the network
(which might be XML, but usually isn't). Unmarshalling is the reverse
processing - taking the message and converting it back to a graph of
> The question at hand is actually, how do I linearise a jdom doc?
You need to be clear whether you are trying to generate the lexical XML
representation of the document, or some arbitrary network serialization.
> Without having me navigate through the whole doc.
> I do not wish to supply any style-sheet.
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