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import java.util.Arrays;
import java.util.List;

import javax.xml.stream.XMLEventFactory;
import javax.xml.stream.XMLEventWriter;
import javax.xml.stream.XMLOutputFactory;
import javax.xml.stream.events.Attribute;
import javax.xml.stream.events.Characters;
import javax.xml.stream.events.EndDocument;
import javax.xml.stream.events.EndElement;
import javax.xml.stream.events.StartDocument;
import javax.xml.stream.events.StartElement;

public class XMLEventWriterDemo {
  public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
    XMLOutputFactory outputFactory = XMLOutputFactory.newInstance();

    XMLEventWriter writer = outputFactory.createXMLEventWriter(System.out);

    XMLEventFactory xmlEventFactory = XMLEventFactory.newInstance();

    StartDocument startDocument = xmlEventFactory.createStartDocument("UTF-8", "1.0");
    writer.add(startDocument);

    StartElement startElement = xmlEventFactory.createStartElement("", "", "My-list");
    writer.add(startElement);

    Attribute attribute = xmlEventFactory.createAttribute("version", "1");
    List attributeList = Arrays.asList(attribute);
    List nsList = Arrays.asList();
    StartElement startElement2 = xmlEventFactory.createStartElement("", "", "Item",
        attributeList.iterator(), nsList.iterator());
    writer.add(startElement2);

    StartElement codeSE = xmlEventFactory.createStartElement("", "", "code");
    writer.add(codeSE);
    Characters codeChars = xmlEventFactory.createCharacters("I001");
    writer.add(codeChars);
    EndElement codeEE = xmlEventFactory.createEndElement("", "", "code");
    writer.add(codeEE);

    StartElement nameSE = xmlEventFactory.createStartElement(" ", " ", "name");
    writer.add(nameSE);
    Characters nameChars = xmlEventFactory.createCharacters("a name");
    writer.add(nameChars);
    EndElement nameEE = xmlEventFactory.createEndElement("", "", "name");
    writer.add(nameEE);

    StartElement contactSE = xmlEventFactory.createStartElement("", "", "contact");
    writer.add(contactSE);
    Characters contactChars = xmlEventFactory.createCharacters("another name");
    writer.add(contactChars);
    EndElement contactEE = xmlEventFactory.createEndElement("", "", "contact");
    writer.add(contactEE);

    EndDocument ed = xmlEventFactory.createEndDocument();
    writer.add(ed);

    writer.flush();
    writer.close();
  }
}










33.8.Stream Parser
33.8.1.StAX is a technology similar to SAX.
33.8.2.XMLEventReader Demo
33.8.3.XMLStreamWriter Demo
33.8.4.Using XMLEventFactory to create xml document
33.8.5.Streaming XML Parser: Stax Event
33.8.6.Streaming XML Parser: Stax Event Filter
33.8.7.XMLEventReader and XMLEventWriter for Stax XML parser
33.8.8.Using XMLStreamWriter to create XML file
33.8.9.STAX cursor
33.8.10.Catch XMLStreamException
33.8.11.Get information as an XMLEvent object when using cursor approach
33.8.12.Stax XML iterator read
33.8.13.Stax XML cursor read
33.8.14.Read Xml from StreamSource
33.8.15.Validate Stax