about these examples
The examples in this package illustrate how to generate and parse XML data
using SAX and DOM parsers. These examples use a variety of methods for passing
XML documents between objects. Detailed instructions for building and running the
examples are included on the example pages. The Project X XML parser from
Sun is used in these examples and is included in the
- XML over HTTP
- Demonstrates passing XML documents between a client and servlet over HTTP. This example
uses the SAX API to parse the documents. The DTDs used to validate the documents are served up
over HTTP as external entities. The XML define instructions and results for operating upon an
EJBean. The servlet in this example acts as a mediator between the client and EJBean.
- XML via JMS messages
- Demonstrates passing XML documents using JMS. This examples uses the DOM API to generate
and parse the documents. A custom EntityResolver is implemented in this example to resolve the external
- BizTalk server
- Prototype implementation of a BizTalk server. This example is the most complex of the XML examples. In this
example, XML is generated in the form of BizTalk documents by JSPs. The documents are passed via HTTP and JMS to
EJBs for processing.
Read more about XML in
XML with WebLogic Server.
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