Java-based server simulator

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Hello, My mession is to develop a printer server simulator in Java. The configuration is an XML file (very branched tree of hundreds of objects). How I should start? I already the server services interfaces. I have to implement it. I want a clever way to get the objects back and forth from the XML file. I have the xsd schema. Is there any framwork or well-know library I can use? Please help me out. Thanks a lot, Zakwan
ASKED: July 27, 2007  7:58 AM
UPDATED: July 28, 2008  2:41 PM

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i dont think you will get a ready made library on this, you will have to write your own code.

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I’m not sure if this is entirely applicable to you, but I’m fairly certain that Network Probe 2.1 does everything in javascript. The network anylizer opens in a browser and shows everything very nicely, graphically. You may want to take a look at that to get some ideas or see if you can contact the developers.

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