Query-Oriented Model for XML 0.1 Alpha1 review

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License: LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License)
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Developer: Iwan Memruk
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Query-Oriented Model for XML is a lightweight XML processing framework for Java that promotes the use of XPath instead of Java code for consuming XML.

The resulting code from Query-Oriented Model for XML, is simple and expressive with no meaningless objects and no meaningless parameters - just pure business code.

Here's a sample of usage (from a testcase -- here's the used XML document):

public class BigTest extends TestCase {
public static final String[] CONTEXT = {"c urn:catalog", "n urn:name"};

@QUseContext("CONTEXT") // Use the namespace context specified by the CONTEXT field.
public void test() {

InputStream xml = QomTestResources.getTestXml("catalog.xml"); // Get the source.

QLocation root = new QBuilder().build(xml); // Build the root location.

// Test a deep query.
Assert.assertEquals("Harold", root.value("//c:maintainer/n:name[n:first_name = 'Elliotte']/n:last_name"));

QLocation[] composers = root.locateAll("c:composer"); // Test a multi-query.

Assert.assertEquals(4, composers.length);

String[] names = {"Julie", "Margaret", "Beth", "Linda"};

for (int i = 0; i < composers.length; ++i) {

Assert.assertEquals(names[i], composers[i].value("n:name/n:first_name")); // Test relative queries.


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