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Posted on 2002-06-27
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Dear experts,

I need help from you to create a web/client application (either use swing or AWT) to generate an XML document that based on the information the user input. When the user clicks the "Create XML" button after the user input info such as XML version, Project Name, Command Name, Parameter Names etc., the application will automaticly generate an XML file looks like below:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
     <project name="LogViewer Application">
          <command name="Login">
                    <target name="success">/Disclaimer.jsp</target>
                    <target name="fail">/Login.jsp</target>
                    <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="iv-user">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                    <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="pwd">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                    <requestparameter get="false" set="true" name="errorMsg">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
         </command>
         <command name="LogList">
                   <target name="success">/LogList.jsp</target>
                   <target name="fail">/Error.jsp</target>
                   <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="logDir">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="logRootName">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="false" set="true" name="logList">java.util.Vector</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="sortKey">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="sortOrder">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="true" set="false" name="fileName">java.lang.String</requestparameter>
                   <requestparameter get="false" set="true" name="javax.servlet.jsp.jspException">java.lang.Exception</requestparameter>
          </command>
</project>

Thanks!
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by:Calron
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To create your XML you could use DOM to create the structure in memory. Have a look at the following links for help on DOM:

What DOM is and how to use it:
http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.0/tutorial/doc/JAXPDOM.html#66050

creating your own DOM:
http://java.sun.com/webservices/docs/1.0/tutorial/doc/JAXPDOM7.html
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by:Amy01
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I'm new to Java. I need code to help in detail.
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by:Calron
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Sorry, I don't have the time to write the whole thing. This forum is for help when you get stuck. For writing java apps have a look under:

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/


good luck
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by:Amy01
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I can't run these java apps examples. Could you please tell me how to create a "About Box" item and make the Dialog open when the user selects it from the "Help" menu. Example code please.
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Calron earned 150 total points
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I can help you along, but you still have to do the programming yourself.

First: do you aim to write an applet or an application, that decides on how you begin, either you start your class extending a JApplet or JFrame:



public class MyClass extends JApplet {
  // this would be for an applet
}

Look at  http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/   for help on creating an Applet or application
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