Difference between pure DOM and JAXP over DOM ??

Discussion in 'Java' started by Thorsten Meininger, Jul 28, 2004.

  1. As far as I know one could access DOM trees through "pure" DOM and through JAXP using DOM.
    I have seen dozends of examples but I could not find any differences between the two methods.

    Which java statement s are typically for JAXP and which for pure DOM?

    For example could one say that all source code examples using Factories (DocumentBuilderFactory for DOM
    resp. SAXParserFactory for SAX) are JAXP method based ???

    That would mean all non-factory implementations are pure DOM/SAX methods ??

    Or are there any code versions of JAXP which do NOT use factories but are still JAXP accesses ?

    Thorsten
    Thorsten Meininger, Jul 28, 2004
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