Oracle XML Class Generator for Java
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 1999 16:50:19 -0800 From: Mark Scardina <mscardin@US.ORACLE.COM> To: XML-L@LISTSERV.HEANET.IE Subject: ANN: Oracle XML Class Generator for Java
I would like to announce Oracle's second XML component beta release - XML Class Generator for Java - now available for downloading and testing on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) XML site located at http://technet.oracle.com.
The XML Class Generator will generate a set of Java source files based on an input DTD. The generated Java source files can then be used to construct, optionally validate, and print a XML document that is compliant to the DTD specified. This is an early beta release and has the following features:
Creates Java Classes from DTDs to enable the programmatic construction of XML documents.
Supports validation mode to assist debugging.
Works with the Oracle XML Parser in Java.
Creates documents conforming to the W3C XML 1.0 Recommendation.
Supports creating documents in the following encodings:
Support is available in the XML Forum on OTN to provide a collaborative area for bug reporting, technical support, and discussing other Oracle/XML issues. This forum will be used for external as well as internal beta testers.
Mark V. Scardina
Sr. Product Manager - Core Development
Server Technologies - Oracle Corporation
Oracle XML News http://www.oracle.com/xml
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