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From "Alastair FETTES" <>
Subject RE: AXIOM as XML Beans alternative
Date Thu, 31 May 2007 06:53:19 GMT
Hi Samisa.

I have generated some code successfully but have yet to actually put it to the test.

For you and the other team members interest, the tool does not generate code properly for
the AIXM 5.0 Release Candidate Schema (
- it gets an invocation target exception.  I've up'd the memory allocation and maxperm memory
but no avail.  I will post a bug report if interested though that schema is quite large and
ugly (generated from a rational UML diagram).


-----Original Message-----
From: Samisa Abeysinghe []
Sent: Wed 5/30/2007 6:42 PM
To: Apache AXIS C User List
Subject: Re: AXIOM as XML Beans alternative
Alastair FETTES wrote:

> I have a question about using AXIOM in a slightly different way than 
> the Axis2/C group probably intends.  I'm looking for an alternative to 
> XML Beans that I can use in the world of C++ but none of the solutions 
> that I have found have been adequate.  With the release of 1.0.0 it 
> got me thinking that I could theoretically just use the AXIOM part of 
> the project.  Leave out all the W/S skeletons and stubs and solely use 
> generated OM as my XML Beans alternative.
> Is this a sane idea?  Comments?  Concerns?
That would be a good idea. There is the ADB (Axis Data Biding) framework 
that we have implemented in C. You can code generate with ADB support 
and use that hopefully.

Please see:


> Thanks in advance.
> Alastair
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