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XML Parser for Java

XML Parser for Java is a validating XML parser written in 100% pure Java. The package (com.ibm.xml.parser) contains classes and methods for parsing, generating, manipulating, and validating XML documents. It closely conforms to the XML 1.0 recommendation.

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  •  18 Dec 2002 07:39

    Release Notes: This release incorporates support for the W3C XML Schema Recommendation 1.0, SAX 1.0 and 2.0, DOM Level 1 and 2, some experimental features from the DOM Level 3 Core and Load/Save working drafts, and JAXP 1.2. It also includes an API for accessing the post-schema validation "infoset" (PSVI), uses the "Xerces Native Interface" API, allowing unprecedented customizing, and features error messages in many common languages.

    •  23 Aug 2001 18:09

      Release Notes: This release includes W3C XML Schema Recommendation 1.0 support, SAX 1.0 and SAX 2.0 support, support for DOM Level 1, DOM Level 2, some features of DOM Level 3 Core Working Draft, and JAXP 1.1 support.

      •  18 Jan 2001 22:12

        Release Notes: This release contains public and stable support of the DOM Level 1, and SAX Level 1 specifications. It also contains implementations of the DOM Level 2, SAX Level 2 implementations, and partial April 7 W3C Schema implementations but these are considered experimental, as the specifications themselves are still subject to change.

        •  27 Sep 2000 07:54

          Release Notes: New features include experimental versions of DOM Level 2, SAX2 (beta 2), and partial April 7 Schema support.

          •  14 Mar 2000 02:52

            Release Notes: Linux support, public and stable support of the DOM Level 1 and SAX Level 1 specifications, and implementations of the DOM Level 2 and the SAX Level 2 implementations (experimental).

            Recent comments

            20 Jan 2001 20:14 nconway

            relationship with Xerces?
            How does this release compare with Apache Xerces? There are IBM developers working on Xerces, and IIRC, source code from IBM was used as the foundation for Xerces. Xerces also seems to support more XML-related standards, and has a much more liberal license.

            Are there any reasons to choose this product over Xerces?

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