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is a framework for binding XML data to Java objects. It lets you work with data from XML documents using your own class structures. The JiBX framework handles all the details of converting your data to and from XML based on your instructions. JiBX is designed to perform the translation between internal data structures and XML with very high efficiency, but still allows you a high degree of control over the translation process.
XBIS is an encoding format for XML documents that is fully convertible to and from text, with information set equivalence between the original document text and regenerated document text. It's intended for use in transmitting XML documents between application components, and is therefore designed for processing speed. The current Java language implementation offers several times the performance of SAX2 parsers working from text documents across a wide range of document types and sizes, and across JVMs tested, while also providing a substantial reduction in document size for most types of XML documents.
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There is little doubt that objects provide distinct advantages when working in Java compared to SAX, DOM, or raw XML. But in Java the problem or facility is that there are so many alternatives available for binding Java and XML. In .Net this choice is made for you by Microsoft in terms of a tool called XSD.exe. Of the solutions available in Java, Jaxb seem to have finally turned the corner and is now part of the web services developer pack.
This article examines the current state of jaxb based on literature available on the internet. This article will examine the following to answer the question of "what is the state of Jaxb and will I choose it for my development effort?".
Good things about JAXB
Known issues with JAXB as I see
What are others saying about JAXB
Samplecode: A taste of jaxb
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Java to XML
Being from sun I am hoping to derive the following
. What do they say about the overall architecture?
. Where is it heading?
Table of contents
An Example: Accessing an XML Document
Bind the Schema
Unmarshal the Document
Another Example: Building an XML Document
Bind the Schema
Create the Content Tree
Marshal the Content Tree
A Final Example: Updating an XML Document
Binding Can Be Customized
Run the Examples
As of 2001
I am not sure what the current status look like
I am hoping to get the following from here
1. Castors approach
2. Sample code for serialization/deserialization
3. Future of castor
4. jaxb or castor
1. Written by Sayed
2. Lot of code samples
3. Tuning XSD for better class generation
4. Using elements vs composite types in xsd
5. Inline annotated schema
6. External schema annotation files
7. Binding declaration language
Aspire in combination with Tomcat presents a very viable and cost-effective option for generating XML directly and declaratively from relational databases. Developers will start by choosing a set of SQL statements or stored procedures. Developers will then arrange these assets into a calling hierarchy in a configuration file. Aspire will execute this hierarchical data definition and returns a java based hierarchical data set. Aspire has pre-defined transformations that can convert this hierarchical data set into varieties of XML formats. Aspire also allows you to transform the resulting XML using XSLT via JAXP. The final XML or HTML can then be sent to the browser or consumed programmatically.
In addition to SQL and Stored-Procedures, you can also use File readers, java classes, and potentially others in their place. These assets are called relational adapters producing relational data sets. New relational adapters can be written quite easily for other enterprise data sources when needed.
The main focus of this article to allow programmers to quickly download Aspire and start generating XML from data bases. This is a cook-book/tutorial like approach that tells you everything you need to get started and be on your way to generate XML with very little coding. This article also encourages see-before-you-paint approach to web page development, meaning you can see your data on the web page as XML or text first before actually writing code for that page. This is very useful for debugging and discovering available fields in the data.
Create a dummy xml
use xsd.exe to create the .xsd file
use Visual studio to tweak the XSD for a) cardinality and b) data types
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