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  1. #1
    Billy Guest

    RE: JAVA , XML and Oracle


    Hello, I am from Malaysia. I am College student, currently I am doing a final
    project which using XML, JAVA amd oracle as my programming language. It is
    online program. Could any one mind to help me give some information of using
    these language for my project? Thanks of help.

    From ,
    Billy
    Malaysia

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: JAVA , XML and Oracle

    You could start by reading some of the several hundred books that have been
    written on these topics.

    Billy <sjchin@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:39b09a9d$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Hello, I am from Malaysia. I am College student, currently I am doing a

    final
    > project which using XML, JAVA amd oracle as my programming language. It is
    > online program. Could any one mind to help me give some information of

    using
    > these language for my project? Thanks of help.
    >
    > From ,
    > Billy
    > Malaysia




  3. #3
    Fernando Ribeiro Guest

    RE: JAVA , XML and Oracle


    "Billy" <sjchin@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hello, I am from Malaysia. I am College student, currently I am doing a

    final
    >project which using XML, JAVA amd oracle as my programming language. It

    is
    >online program. Could any one mind to help me give some information of using
    >these language for my project? Thanks of help.
    >
    >From ,
    >Billy
    >Malaysia


    What do you intend to do? I have used they together some time ago and that
    project has been really great. If you intend to use XML I would suggest you
    to write a few classes over the Apache/IBM Xerces Parser (maybe a "DOMTreeNode"
    class may help you.. I have designed my own in order to avoid the caos the
    misuse of XML can bring to your project).

    Take a look at the Oracle Technet site and download the Oracle-plus-Java
    documentation available. There a lot a lot of documents to read but they
    are great. I would highly recommend the reading of Oracle Java Developers
    Guide.

    Good luck.

    Hope that helps,

    fribeiro


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