Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.xml.stream

Packages that use javax.xml.stream
javax.xml.bind Provides a runtime binding framework for client applications including unmarshalling, marshalling, and validation capabilities. 
javax.xml.bind.helpers JAXB Provider Use Only: Provides partial default implementations for some of the javax.xml.bind interfaces. 
javax.xml.stream   
javax.xml.stream.events   
javax.xml.stream.util   
javax.xml.transform.stax Provides for StAX-specific transformation APIs. 
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.bind
XMLEventReader
          This is the top level interface for parsing XML Events.
XMLEventWriter
          This is the top level interface for writing XML documents.
XMLStreamReader
          The XMLStreamReader interface allows forward, read-only access to XML.
XMLStreamWriter
          The XMLStreamWriter interface specifies how to write XML.
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.bind.helpers
XMLEventReader
          This is the top level interface for parsing XML Events.
XMLEventWriter
          This is the top level interface for writing XML documents.
XMLStreamReader
          The XMLStreamReader interface allows forward, read-only access to XML.
XMLStreamWriter
          The XMLStreamWriter interface specifies how to write XML.
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.stream
EventFilter
          This interface declares a simple filter interface that one can create to filter XMLEventReaders
FactoryConfigurationError
          An error class for reporting factory configuration errors.
Location
          Provides information on the location of an event.
StreamFilter
          This interface declares a simple filter interface that one can create to filter XMLStreamReaders
XMLEventFactory
          This interface defines a utility class for creating instances of XMLEvents
XMLEventReader
          This is the top level interface for parsing XML Events.
XMLEventWriter
          This is the top level interface for writing XML documents.
XMLInputFactory
          Defines an abstract implementation of a factory for getting streams.
XMLOutputFactory
          Defines an abstract implementation of a factory for getting XMLEventWriters and XMLStreamWriters.
XMLReporter
          This interface is used to report non-fatal errors.
XMLResolver
          This interface is used to resolve resources during an XML parse.
XMLStreamConstants
          This interface declares the constants used in this API.
XMLStreamException
          The base exception for unexpected processing errors.
XMLStreamReader
          The XMLStreamReader interface allows forward, read-only access to XML.
XMLStreamWriter
          The XMLStreamWriter interface specifies how to write XML.
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.stream.events
Location
          Provides information on the location of an event.
XMLStreamConstants
          This interface declares the constants used in this API.
XMLStreamException
          The base exception for unexpected processing errors.
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.stream.util
Location
          Provides information on the location of an event.
XMLEventReader
          This is the top level interface for parsing XML Events.
XMLStreamConstants
          This interface declares the constants used in this API.
XMLStreamException
          The base exception for unexpected processing errors.
XMLStreamReader
          The XMLStreamReader interface allows forward, read-only access to XML.
 

Classes in javax.xml.stream used by javax.xml.transform.stax
XMLEventReader
          This is the top level interface for parsing XML Events.
XMLEventWriter
          This is the top level interface for writing XML documents.
XMLStreamException
          The base exception for unexpected processing errors.
XMLStreamReader
          The XMLStreamReader interface allows forward, read-only access to XML.
XMLStreamWriter
          The XMLStreamWriter interface specifies how to write XML.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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