You can use a web browser or use the DOM to parse the XML document and
extract the data and populate a grid display.
If you want to use a browser then feed the XML document through an XSL
stylesheet to display it as you want. If you don't then use the DOM (or any
other parser) and 'extract' the data and feed it into a grid, or table
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From: Beaulah [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 8:53 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: regarding what to use for gui?
In my project i have to use xml to make the project database
independent. So, i'll convert database tables to xml. i'll use java to
access the data from xml document by using DOM parser. Now, the data that i
retrieve this way should be output to the end-user who interacts through a
So, can anyone tell me what to use for the gui ? Is it possible to send the
data retrieved directly to the gui form without any intermediate database?
Thanks in advance