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The New and Improved AddressBook Application

The new AddressBook application loads an XML document from a remote HTTP server, parses it, and stores it in the local device database using the J2ME Record Management System. This document is named AddressBook.xml and its contents are as follows:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<AddressBook>
   <Contact>
      <name value="John Doe"/>
      <address value="123 Elm Street"/>
   </Contact>
   <Contact>
      <name value="Lisa Smith"/>
      <address value="742 Avenue B"/>
   </Contact>
   <Contact>
      <name value="Albert Einstein"/>
      <address value="853 Franklin Avenue"/>
   </Contact>
   <Contact>
      <name value="Bryan Morgan"/>
      <address value="101 Scenic Highway"/>
   </Contact>
   <Contact>
      <name value="Marc Robards"/>
      <address value="741 Highway 101"/>
   </Contact>
</AddressBook>

Because the application now has two options for loading the Address database (from local storage or from a remote XML file), we need to change the AddressBook GUI slightly.

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