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Since 1998, early adopters of the XML specification have been using Java technology to parse XML and build XML applications for a variety of reasons. Java technology s portability provides developers with an open and accessible market for sharing their work, and XML data portability provides the means to build declarative, reusable application components. Development efforts within the XML community clearly illustrate this benefit. In contrast to many other technology communities, those building on XML technology have always been driven by the need to remain open and facilitate sharing. Java technology has enabled these communities to share markup languages as well as code to process markup languages across most major hardware and operating system platforms.
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The Java Platform Standard Extension for XML technology proposes to provide basic XML functionality to read, manipulate, and generate text. This functionality will conform to the XML 1.0 specification and will leverage existing efforts around Java technology APIs for XML technology, including the W3C DOM Level 1 Core Recommendation and the SAX programming interface version 1.0. The intent in supporting an XML technology standard extension is to
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