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RE: Lotus XML Toolkit - HELP to find!!!
Esther Strom 14.Nov.07 12:31 PM a Web browser
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According to R5 help, you can use DXL with Java without any further downloads:

Using XML with Java methods

Domino Designer and Server include the XML4J Parser and LotusXSL Processor in the product so you can parse and transform XML data without a separate download. You can access XML representations of objects, parse, and transform the XML data, and generate XML representations of a document, through the following properties and methods in the Java backend classes:

generateXML method in Document
InputSource, InputStream, and Reader properties, and parseXML, and transformXML methods in EmbeddedObject
InputSource, InputStream, and Reader properties, and parseXML, and transformXML methods in Item
InputSource, InputStream, and Reader properties, and parseXML, and transformXML methods in MIMEEntity
InputSource, InputStream, and Reader properties, and parseXML, and transformXML methods in RichTextItem

For standalone applications, you should include the NCSO.JAR or NOTES.JAR file in the classpath for the lotus.domino classes. You should also include the XML4J.JAR file in your classpath to use the XML parser, and the LotusXSL.JAR file to use the XSL processor.

Note You must include the XML4J.JAR file in your classpath even if you only need to use the transformXML methods.

For applets that run in a browser, you should include the XML4J.JAR and/or XML4J.CAB file with the applet itself, to use the XML parser. To use the XSL processor, you should include the XML4J.JAR and/or XML4J.CAB file as well as the LotusXSL.JAR and/or LotusXSL.CAB file with the applet.

For further details on the XML4J parser and LotusXSL processor, visit the Alphaworks Web site at www.alphaworks.ibm.com.




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