Once binaries are downloaded, include JDOM jar in your project classpath and you are good to start using it. JDOM Document object provides useful methods to get the root element, list of child elements, getting attribute value for an element and getting element value from name. You will get the same output with above methods also because they are just changing the parser and finally returning the same Document. Your email address will not be published. I would love to connect with you personally. Pankaj I love Open Source technologies and writing about my experience about them is my passion.
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JDOM provides a way to represent that document for easy and efficient reading, manipulation, and writing. It has a straightforward API, is a lightweight and fast, and is optimized for the Java programmer. To use JDOM, you need to download the library manually. Document; import org. Element; import org. JDOMException; import org. Now a little pic of my little […]. We can use any of these to parse XML to Object. This is thecontent of the file. How do I do it? What I need to do for read more elements in the tree?
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Java JDOM2 – Read XML Example
Mission accomplished. We've succeeded in our mission with an API that's been through years of design and development and a codebase that is rock solid. What about JSR? That's a good question. It hasn't been a priority for us. We seem to be doing pretty well on our own, it turns out.
A simple JDOM example
JDOM Document provides methods to easily create elements and attributes. We will set Employee ID as attribute to Employee element and set the namespace for root element Employees. Notice that Employee elements have empty namespace because we set the namespace for root element only. If you want same namespace for all the elements, you need to create them specifically by using the constructor with namespace argument. Also check the use of Format class for pretty printing XML file. We can use it to output XML in compact and raw format also.