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My requirements is to take input from xml document,parse it and retrieve data from oracle using the input from xml file and post the data back to a xml file.I am asked to use sax parser on java.Yesterday i was asked to do on dom parser,but that didn ot suit our needs completely.

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And your question is...?

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Can you expalin in brief how should i start with since i am not having much knowledge about XML,Java link up.

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I'm sorry, but the question "please give me a tutorial on X" is not a good question for a forum like this. The only way one can answer it is by suggesting some reading. Almost any book on XML is likely to have a chapter on SAX: see for example Wrox "Professional XML" or for greater depth, Elliotte Rusty Harold's "Processing XML with Java". Pop down to your local bookshop, browse the shelves, and see what appeals to you in terms of its style and technical depth.

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