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From David Ojeda <doj...@integra.la>
Subject Re: XMLBeans ? is there a better approach
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2008 22:20:38 GMT
Hello,
I had a similar problem with XMLBeans, but regarding file generation.
The XSDs I used were very big (10k classes), so this caused an 
OutOfMemoryException when doing wsdl2java.
The solution I found was generating the XMLBeans classes in a separate xml with 
scomp and using wsdl2java with the -Ewdc option.

Maybe this idea will help you.

On Thursday 31 July 2008 04:31:13 am sri ram wrote:
> Hi all,
>      Can anyone give me the better approach of databinding that I have to
> follow for my project.This project  has almost 396 method and can be more
> in the upcoming releases, which are exposed as webservices. So while using
> XMLBeans  as databinding it created many .java and xsb files . These files
> take ,quite a long time to get compiled and sometimes have
> OutOfMemoryException and we have to set out heap size to get rid of this
> exception. Once the aar file is deployed into the server and send a SOAP
> request ,the Axis Servlet takes more time to get initialized which is one
> of the main performance drawback. So can any one suggest a better
> databinding to  have better performance  as a whole A databinding which can
> give 100% schema support,Quick response and Quick initialization of the
> servlet.
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> Thanks And Regards
> Sriram P
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Ing. David Ojeda
Integra Consultores
Caracas, Venezuela

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