Creating XML files with C++ & Xerces

Discussion in 'XML' started by iwoloschin@gmail.com, Aug 1, 2006.

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    Hi,

    I have a project that currently parses a database (MS Access) and
    outputs both a binary file and a text file of the results. The binary
    file is then read by another application, and the values stored in the
    file are then used while running the application. The text file sits
    around and is used by any programmers who wish to see what the binary
    file contains (if they do not have access to the database for some
    reason).

    I'd like to turn this all into an XML solution, so the file can be
    modified in the field by a human, by using Xerces to turn my C++ Struct
    into an XML tree. From my research, I believe I can do this by using
    the DOM API, as per the example programs in DOMPrint and
    CreateDOMDocument. On the other end, the binary reading would be
    changed to read everything into a DOM Structure, which would then be
    converted back to the original C++ Structure.

    Is this approach correct? If it is, is there anymore documentation to
    be found other than the Xerces website? If it's not, can someone point
    me in the right direction?

    Thank you,
    Ian
     
    , Aug 1, 2006
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