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class linkFrame extends Frame
public linkFrame(String str)
super (str);
public boolean handleEvent(Event evt)
switch (evtid)
case EventWINDOW_DESTROY:
dispose();
Systemexit(0);
return true;
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Listing 62 + < XML VERSION = "10" >
<!DOCTYPE DOCUMENT [
<!ELEMENT DOCUMENT (#PCDATA|A)*>
<!ELEMENT A (#PCDATA)>
<!ATTLIST A
XML-LINK
CDATA
#FIXED "SIMPLE"
ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
HREF
CDATA
#REQUIRED
TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
INLINE
(TRUE|FALSE)
"TRUE"
CONTENT-ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
CONTENT-TITLE CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
BEHAVIOR
CDATA
#IMPLIED
<DOCUMENT>
<A XML-LINK="SIMPLE" HREF="FILE:////C://XML//LINK//LINK2 XML">The new document</A>
</DOCUMENT>
Listing 63 link2xml < XML version = "10" >
<!DOCTYPE DOCUMENT [
<!ELEMENT DOCUMENT (CUSTOMER)*>
<!ELEMENT CUSTOMER (NAME,DATE,ORDERS)>
<!ELEMENT NAME (LASTNAME,FIRSTNAME)>
<!ELEMENT LASTNAME (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT FIRSTNAME (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT DATE (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT ORDERS (ITEM)*>
<!ELEMENT ITEM (PRODUCT,NUMBER,PRICE)>
<!ELEMENT PRODUCT (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT NUMBER (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT PRICE (#PCDATA)>
<DOCUMENT>
<CUSTOMER>
<NAME>
<LASTNAME>Edwards</LASTNAME>
<FIRSTNAME>Britta</FIRSTNAME>
</NAME>
<DATE>April 17, 1998</DATE>
<ORDERS>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Cucumber</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>5</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$125</PRICE>
</ITEM>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Lettuce</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>2</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$98</PRICE>
</ITEM>
</ORDERS>
</CUSTOMER>
<CUSTOMER>
<NAME>
<LASTNAME>Thompson</LASTNAME>
<FIRSTNAME>Phoebe</FIRSTNAME>
</NAME>
<DATE>May 27, 1998</DATE>
<ORDERS>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Banana</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>12</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$295</PRICE>
</ITEM>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Apple</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>6</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$150</PRICE>
</ITEM>
</ORDERS>
</CUSTOMER>
</DOCUMENT>
Now that we've taken a look at simple XML links, we'll take a look at the other main kind of XML links[md]extended XML links
Extended XML Links
Extended links are more complex than simple links, as you might expect An extended link can involve any number of linked-to resources, and it need not be located with any of them How you structure extended links is largely up to you, but it's usually the case that you place several locator elements in an encompassing extended link element In this way, one link element can be linked to
many other resources[md]and you can theoretically traverse (ie, activate the link) these links from any of the linked-to resources For example, a single extended link to a large document representing an entire book can link to many different locations in that book, such as all the uses of a specific keyword Or you might have an extended link embedded in a scientific paper that holds all the references to that paper in other documents An extended link's locators are placed in child elements of the linking element, each with its own set of attributes Here's how you might declare an extended link and its child locator elements (you don't have to declare these elements as <EXTENDED> or <LOCATOR>, because those names are set in the XML-LINK attribute): <!ELEMENT EXTENDED ANY>
<!ELEMENT LOCATOR
ANY>
<!ATTLIST EXTENDED
XML-LINK
CDATA
#FIXED "EXTENDED"
ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
INLINE
(TRUE|FALSE)
"TRUE"
CONTENT-ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
CONTENT-TITLE CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
BEHAVIOR
CDATA
#IMPLIED
<!ATTLIST LOCATOR
XML-LINK CDATA
#FIXED "LOCATOR"
ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
HREF
CDATA
#REQUIRED
TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
BEHAVIOR CDATA
#IMPLIED
To make this clearer, let's take a look at an example of an extended link now
The extended Example
In this example, extendedxml, we'll support an extended link to three other documents, each of which is specified in a <LOCATOR> element: < XML version="10" >
<!doctype DOCUMENT [
<!element DOCUMENT (EXTENDED|LOCATOR)*>
<!ELEMENT EXTENDED
(#PCDATA | LOCATOR)*>
<!ELEMENT LOCATOR ANY>
<!ATTLIST EXTENDED
XML-LINK
CDATA
#FIXED "EXTENDED"
ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
INLINE
(TRUE|FALSE)
"TRUE"
CONTENT-ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
CONTENT-TITLE CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
BEHAVIOR
CDATA
#IMPLIED
<!ATTLIST LOCATOR
XML-LINK CDATA
#FIXED "LOCATOR"
ROLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
HREF
CDATA
#REQUIRED
TITLE
CDATA
#IMPLIED
SHOW
(EMBED|REPLACE|NEW) "REPLACE"
ACTUATE
(AUTO|USER)
"USER"
BEHAVIOR CDATA
#IMPLIED
<DOCUMENT>
<EXTENDED>
<LOCATOR
TITLE = "link1"
XML-LINK="LOCATOR"
HREF="FILE:////C://XML//EXTENDED//EXTENDED1XML">
Here is an extended link
</LOCATOR>
<LOCATOR
TITLE = "link2"
XML-LINK="LOCATOR"
HREF="FILE:////C://XML//EXTENDED//EXTENDED2XML">
Here is an extended link
</LOCATOR>
<LOCATOR
TITLE = "link3"
XML-LINK="LOCATOR"
HREF="FILE:////C://XML//EXTENDED//EXTENDED3XML">
Here is an extended link
</LOCATOR>
</EXTENDED>
</DOCUMENT>
Note that we give a different title to each locator element: link1, link2, and link3 It's up to our application when to link to those links In this case, we'll just let the user specify what link to jump to by name (although we could jump to linked resources when the user wants to browse a set of cross
references, browse through another document paragraph by paragraph, or set up our application to use the extended link in any other of a hundred ways) in our main window: When the user gives the title of a link, such as link2, and clicks the Browse button, we'll jump to the resource named in that link and display the text of that resource: We'll need three documents to link to: +, extended2xml, and extended3xml We'll use our standard XML example file here, adding a <LINK> element so that we can tell each document apart when we display the document's text: < XML version = "10" >
<!DOCTYPE DOCUMENT [
<!ELEMENT DOCUMENT (CUSTOMER|LINK)*>
<!ELEMENT LINK (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT CUSTOMER (NAME,DATE,ORDERS)>
<!ELEMENT NAME (LASTNAME,FIRSTNAME)>
<!ELEMENT LASTNAME (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT FIRSTNAME (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT DATE (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT ORDERS (ITEM)*>
<!ELEMENT ITEM (PRODUCT,NUMBER,PRICE)>
<!ELEMENT PRODUCT (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT NUMBER (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT PRICE (#PCDATA)>
<DOCUMENT>
<LINK>Link 1</LINK>
<CUSTOMER>
<NAME>
<LASTNAME>Edwards</LASTNAME>
<FIRSTNAME>Britta</FIRSTNAME>
</NAME>
<DATE>April 17, 1998</DATE>
<ORDERS>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Cucumber</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>5</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$125</PRICE>
</ITEM>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Lettuce</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>2</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$98</PRICE>
</ITEM>
</ORDERS>
</CUSTOMER>
<CUSTOMER>
<NAME>
<LASTNAME>Thompson</LASTNAME>
<FIRSTNAME>Phoebe</FIRSTNAME>
</NAME>
<DATE>May 27, 1998</DATE>
<ORDERS>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Banana</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>12</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$295</PRICE>
</ITEM>
<ITEM>
<PRODUCT>Apple</PRODUCT>
<NUMBER>6</NUMBER>
<PRICE>$150</PRICE>
</ITEM>
</ORDERS>
</CUSTOMER>
</DOCUMENT>
We'll know which document we're linking to by examining the <LINK> tag's text in the beginning of the document: We will put this program together now; we start by setting up the application's window and applet and installing the controls we'll use: import commsxmlParseException;
import commsxmlDocument;
import commsxmlElement;
import javautilEnumeration;
import javaawt*;
import javanet*;
import javaappletApplet;
public class extended extends Applet{
Button button1;
String filename;
TextField text1, text2;
public static void main(String args[])
extendedFrame frame = new extendedFrame("The extended application");
frameshow();
framehide();
frameresize(320, 240);
extended applet = new extended();
frameadd("Center", applet);
appletinit();
appletstart();
frameshow();
public void init(){
button1 = new Button("Browse this link:");
add(button1);
text1 = new TextField(20);
text1setText("link1");
add(text1);
text2 = new TextField(30);
add(text2);
Next, we read in the document that holds the extended link, + method to work through the document's tree structure after reading in the document: public boolean action (Event e, Object o)
URL url = null;
filename = "file:////c://xml//extended//extendedxml";
try {
url = new URL(filename);
} catch (MalformedURLException e1) {
Systemoutprintln("Cannot create URL for: " + filename);
Systemexit(0);
Document d = new Document();
try {
dload(url);
catch (ParseException e3) {
dreportError(e3, Systemout);
if (d != null) {
doTree(dgetRoot());
return true;
Finally, we'll write the doTree() method In this method, we'll search the document for a <LOCATOR> element with a TITLE attribute matching the title the user has given (link1, link2, or link3) Because the <LOCATOR> element is a child element, we'll check the current element's child elements to see whether any of them are <LOCATOR> elements; here's how we loop over the current element's children in doTree(): void doTree(Element elem)
Enumeration enum = elemgetChildren();
while (enumhasMoreElements()) {
Element elem2 = (Element)enumnextElement();
If the current child element is of type + returns null when you use it on character data) We also check to make sure the <LOCATOR> element's title is the same as the user has specified, and we do so this way: void doTree(Element elem)
Enumeration enum = elemgetChildren();
while (enumhasMoreElements()) {
Element elem2 = (Element)enumnextElement();
if(elem2getType() == commsxmlElementELEMENT){
if(elem2getTagName()equals("LOCATOR") &&
elem2getAttribute("TITLE")equals(text1getText ())){
If the tag name and title match what we we're looking for, we load the linked-to resource specified in the locator's HREF attribute and display it this way: void doTree(Element elem)
Enumeration enum = elemgetChildren();
while (enumhasMoreElements()) {
Element elem2 = (Element)enumnextElement();
if(elem2getType() == commsxmlElementELEMENT){
if(elem2getTagName()equals("LOCATOR") &&
elem2getAttribute("TITLE")equals(text1getText ())){
URL url = null;
try {
url = new URL(elem2getAttribute("HREF"));
} catch (MalformedURLException e1) {
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