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From "Eran Chinthaka" <>
Subject Re: Introducing J2XB for Axis
Date Sat, 31 May 2008 02:13:11 GMT
Perhaps you can integrate J2XB into Axis2 and prove, using some experimental
results, the areas J2XB is better than ADB or XMLBeans or JiBX.
And I hope this will motivate our ADB team and Mr. JiBX (Dennis) to compete
with J2BX :)

On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 4:30 AM, Yoav Abrahami <> wrote:

> Hi Axis dev team.
> (I hope this is the right mailing list. if not, my apologies)
> I have recently released the J2XB (Java 2 XML Binding) project as an open
> source project. I believe J2XB can be used as a new binding for Axis 2 and
> offer some unique advantages over the existing bindings.
> see at
> J2XB is unique in that it allows to annotate Java classes and generate the
> XML schema (XSD) from the Java classes, including facets, constraints, etc.
> In addition, it allows to map any Java class to XML structure in a vary
> flexible way, supporting any Java class (POJO) including classes with
> non-trivial constructors and factories. All this is performed without need
> to write code or to generate code.
> Connecting J2XB and Axis 2 will result in the ability to white a Web
> Service the axis way (POJO in an AAR) with WSDL generated including XSD
> generated form the Java classes. The XSD generated can then be controlled
> using the J2XB annotations.
> Note that J2XB allows considerably more control over the XML structure
> compared to JAXB.
> In hope that there is interest to join forces,
> Cheers,
>    Yoav

With Mettha,
Eran Chinthaka

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the best relationship; nirvana is the highest joy. - Dhammapada

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