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Exellent book for serious xml processing,
This review is from: Java and XML: Solutions to Real-World Problems (Java Series) (Paperback)
I bought 4 books in one year (Professional XML, XML Bible, Java applications with XML, all sucks). The last was this book. Only in this I found explanations on detailled features of Xerces sax parsing. For example, all details for namespaces processing.
The book is very well written. It explains the base and the details, and is easy to read.
It uses the xml jakarta tools, which are the standard in many J2EE servers like WebLogic. The Cocoon framework in also detailled.