Then you can just select any item you want from the elements and the nodes list and change their values.
Of course you can also add or remove nodes from the XML Tree structure.
Of course, you can alternatively provide the previous file to overwrite it.
The Xerces parser makes it easy to create and parse XML documents, although some of the API leads to verbose Java code.
I just want to modify the text of a child node of a give node in a DOM document.
Node List; // This class shows you that how to update a XML in Java public class Update XML -moz- .
After using these two methods to modify your XML document, you may want to write the content out as an XML file to disk.So here is what we are going to do:package com.core; import The project can run from client side no problem and it can read the xml file. This blog, combined with the previous one I wrote, makes it much easier to perform common operations when parsing and modifying your XML files. I have been doing a lot of XML parsing, and manipulation in java lately because I'm building a super dynamic configuration editor for XMS.