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Is there a Java XML parser available for IBM AIX 4.3.2?  If so, will the parser work with JDK 1.1.6 and could you provide a link to where I can download the parser?

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The IBM XML for Java parser is available here http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/xml4j. The requirements section indicates that it will work on any Java 1.1 (or greater) enabled platform.

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Sun's Java Project X parser is claimed to run on any Java 1.1 platform. Sun says it is faster than any other available validating parser.
    http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/products/xml/readme.html

The IBM alphaworks site only offers the most recent version of their xml4j offering. Between release 2 and release 3, it underwent a radical change which caused some vendors problems. ObjectSpace has a DXML freeware product that relies on the old xml4j so they offer the last stable release 2 version (2.0.15) at their site.
    http://www.objectspace.com/downloads/xml4j.asp

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Sorry to interrupt the deletion process, but I don't understand why my answer wasn't satisfactory.

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I made a mistake..Sorry.
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No problem. Thanks.
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