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Re: [xmlblaster] XML newby question

Hi Cyrille,

yes, my question was relating to a subscriber client (on the client
side). After reading up on XML, it seems like there are multiple
possibilities to extract information from XML strings:
 - java regular expressions with parenthesis capturing (for the perl
 hackers :)
 - JAX DOM parser
 - dom4j or JDOM (which claim to have a more JAVA like fealing to

For the case below, sticking with java regular expressions seems fine,
so that is what I also used in my example.

On Mon, Feb 17, 2003 at 10:05:29AM +0100, Cyrille Giquello wrote:
> Michael Atighetchi a écrit:
> >The documentation in XmlKey gives this as a typical publish example:
> >
> >   <key oid='4711' contentMime='text/xml'>
> >       <AGENT id='' subId='1' type='generic'>
> >          <DRIVER id='FileProof' pollingFreq='10'>
> >          </DRIVER>
> >       </AGENT>
> >   </key>
> >
> >
> >What is the common way for an application to parse this XML chunck in
> >the subscribing client to get out id, subId and type in <AGENT> ?
> >
> Hello Michael,
> if I well understand, your question is about client side ? isn't it ?
> At client side, you have to deal with xml like in other application that 
> using xml.
> xmlBlaster client give you a raw block of text, that contains xml.
> So, with a xml parser you can querying that xml block.
> Sorry, I've no java code under my hand.
> Perhaps in demo codes you can find some exemple, or in a xml tutorial.
> Did I well understand you question ?
> cyrille
> ps : I'm away from that list for a long time. sorry, I'm under massive 
> projects.
> shure I'll come back & contribute ;o)

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