Creation of XML

by Sam » Sun, 19 Apr 2009 19:51:10 GMT


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 Hi,
        I want to create XML with my own tags i want it to create at
runtime . I am unable to use Transform class of java in android is
there any other option available .
      Any help would be appreciated ... Thnx in advance .......
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Creation of XML

by Mark Murphy » Mon, 20 Apr 2009 01:59:39 GMT


 


StringBuffer or StringBuilder.

Or, some of these XML parsers have XML builders as well, and may work on
Android:

 http://java-source.net/open-source/xml-parsers 

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Creation of XML

by Sam » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 15:16:12 GMT


 hi,
       i am usig jaxp external jar for validating with schema but the
problem is that the android do have classes which are already there is
the jaxp jar so i am not able to compile the code
 i was using JDOM initially but during schema validation  i get
java.rmi.RemoteException ....is there any other way to do that  boz
now i am not able to use jaxp also ,,........
Thnx in advance





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