iXML Library - Access to DOM
DOM describes a tree-like representation, realized using instances of classes, of a complete XML document in the memory. At the same time, each component of the XML data is created in a separate object. The associated interfaces in iXML Library can be used to access an XML document in DOM format.
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- When working with DOM, it is important to know the difference between the nodes in DOM and the elements of the represented XML data. Each part of an XML document is represented by a separate node. A single element in XML data in DOM consists of multiple nodes for tags, content and so on, which can be accessed individually or together.
- iXML documents can be specified as an XML target; iXML documents and their nodes can be specified
as an XML source for XSL transformations called using
See DOM Representation.