Own XML Parser? Does your own XMLParser have the capability to transform
XML data into java objects.
If yes! you are in luck..You can modify java objects (As easy as it looks)
persist in the XML Form.
If ne!! Still you are in luck..you can use Sun;s ProjectX XMLParser or
IBM's XML4J parser than can allow you to do so.
Now the main issue: How to accept the text from browser and what's in
to process the update..
You can use JSP's or Servlet's to get your stuff done..
----- Original Message -----
From: J Bijma <[log in to unmask]>
To: < >
Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2000 11:05 AM
Subject: Editing XML Data in a HTML Browser - How can this be done?
> XML + XSL ==> HTML and this can look beautiful
> I have an XML Record I want the user to be able to edit in a browser, How
> would this be done?
> The user can not change the XML Structure, only the content in TEXT nodes.
> eg <Name> Fred </Name>
> I have written my own XML parser and now I have to "merge" my XML with
> Display presentation and then be able to get the new XML back as data
> it has been edited.
> What is the best solution????
> Trevor Croll