This tutorial is a concise introduction to Nagasena.
The four examples in this tutorial show the iterative development of a user interface that enables you to process your own XML files using Nagasena. The finished UI in Example 4 implements all basic features of Nagasena. You can run the program and try different settings to achieve the optimal file compression for your specific needs. Each example links to complete, commented Java source code and compiled classes.
- Example 1 – Hello OpenEXI
- Example 2 – Setting Alignment Options
- Example 3 – Setting Preservation and String Table Options
- Example 4 – Working with Schemas
The sample application will work with any XML files you have on hand. You can also download a 1,000 record sample data set with a defined schema to use with these examples.
Updated March 30, 2015.
Tutorial by Dennis Dawson with Takuki Kamiya of Fujitsu Laboratories of America.