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Class design on a XML

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!ELEMENT result (target, resultDoc*)>
<!ELEMENT target (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT resultDoc (docID, resultField+)>
<!ELEMENT resultField (fieldName, fieldValue)>
<!ELEMENT fieldName (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT fieldValue (#PCDATA)>


The search result is valid by the DTD above.
I want to lender them to a table structure like below.
------------------------------------------------------
DocID     |        fieldname      |        filedvalue
------------------------------------------------------
DocID1    |        fieldname1     |        filedvalue1
DocID1    |        fieldname2     |        filedvalue2
DocID2    |        fieldname1     |        filedvalue1
DocID2    |        fieldname2     |        filedvalue2
DocID2    |        fieldname2     |        filedvalue2

How can I design java classes which get the String, the search result?
the classes should be used in JSP pages.

Thanks.
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by:Venci75
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I would say - try using XSL instead of java - I think it is much better
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by:iamjhkang
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Definately.

You are right. but for some reasons I need to use Java instead of XSL.

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do you think I use Vector type?
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u need an xsl interface so then u can use java efficiently.

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Please update/finalize this question... here I am again with the same old requests.
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Would you get me a sample code using XSLT?

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