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Introduction
 

Xerces-C++ comes with sample applications that demonstrate salient features of the parser. They are simple applications written on top of the SAX and DOM APIs provided by the parser. Sample XML data files are provided in the samples/data directory.


Running the Samples
 

The sample applications are dependent on the Xerces-C++ shared library (and could also depend on the ICU library if you built Xerces-C++ with ICU). Therefore, on Windows platforms you must make sure that your PATH environment variable is set properly to pick up these shared libraries at runtime.

On UNIX platforms you must ensure that LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable is set properly to pick up the shared libraries at runtime. (UNIX gurus will understand here that LD_LIBRARY_PATH actually translates to LD_LIBRARY_PATH on Solaris and Linux, SHLIB_PATH on HP-UX, DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH on Mac OS X, and LIBPATH on AIX).

On both Windows and UNIX platforms, if the parser is built with the ICU message loader or message catalog loader, then you may need to set another environment variable, XERCESC_NLS_HOME, to point to the xerces-c-3.1.1/msg directory, which is where the message files reside.

Once you have set up the environment variables, you can run the samples by opening a command window (or your shell prompt for UNIX environments).

Xerces-C++ Samples
 
  • SAXCount
    SAXCount counts the elements, attributes, spaces and characters in an XML file.
  • SAXPrint
    SAXPrint parses an XML file and prints it out.
  • SAX2Count
    SAX2Count counts the elements, attributes, spaces and characters in an XML file.
  • SAX2Print
    SAX2Print parses an XML file and prints it out.
  • DOMCount
    DOMCount counts the elements in a XML file.
  • DOMPrint
    DOMPrint parses an XML file and prints it out.
  • CreateDOMDocument
    CreateDOMDocument creates a DOM tree in memory from scratch.
  • MemParse
    MemParse parses XML in a memory buffer, printing the number of elements and attributes.
  • Redirect
    Redirect redirects the input stream for external entities.
  • PParse
    PParse demonstrates progressive parsing.
  • StdInParse
    StdInParse demonstrates streaming XML data from standard input.
  • EnumVal
    EnumVal shows how to enumerate the markup declarations in a DTD Grammar.
  • SEnumVal
    SEnumVal shows how to enumerate the markup declarations in a Schema Grammar.
  • PSVIWriter
    PSVIWriter exposes the underlying PSVI of the parsed XML file.
  • SCMPrint
    SCMPrint parses an XSD file and prints information about the Schema Component Model.
  • XInclude
    XInclude parses an XML file and writes a new XML file with the xi:include elements expanded.



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