[Arp] Question about using XMl in ARP applicatuions- Should I parse and convert to valueObjects
diamondtearz at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 15:15:45 PDT 2006
I just wanted to add the link to Jesse's post
On 6/26/06, Manuel Saint-Victor <diamondtearz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was googling about this and thinking it over and thought I'd seek some
> What's the best practice for getting my XML data into an ARP application.
> To be more specific say that a client would like to load an XML file that
> would provide a bunch of complex dataObjects with other objects within
> them. My gut is telling me to create a sevice that would generate
> valueObjects for the elements of the xml file. This would make them have
> more relevant meaning in the whole application than parsing XML throughout
> the project would.
> I came across a post by Jesse that seemed to echo this sentiment. To be
> clear I wanted to check with the ARP user community and see what has been
> most effective in the past.
> As a subquestion- if I were to convert this content to some value objects
> then what's the approach for populating a dataTree with this- Usually I can
> just pass the XMl file a s a data provider but it seems to me that in this
> case I would have to code out something to parse the objects and generate
> the tree structure.
> Let me know what you guys feel is the best way to approach this.
> Thanks in advance,
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