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From Keith Visco <kvi...@intalio.com>
Subject Re: XML POJO Update (XMLBeans)
Date Mon, 13 Oct 2003 02:48:06 GMT


Aaron Mulder wrote:
> 
> On Sun, 12 Oct 2003, Jacek Laskowski wrote:
> > Once Castor's team joined the mailing list and are ready to work out any
> > issues we've seen so far, who is in charge of deciding whether Castor is
> > the tool of our choice and we cease *immediatelly* writing POJOs and
> > handling mapping between XMLs and them by hand? I (and Aaron seemed
> > also) don't like writing them by hand, so let's hand it over to a tool
> > which is able to deal with it. If the only problem with Castor is the
> > above point, I don't see why Castor wouldn't be used.
> 
>         I can certainly drive this decision.
> 
>         On this note, does anyone know of an authoritative yet free way to
> validate a schema?  I'm trying to revise our Geronimo schemas to get out
> of the J2EE namespace.  I'm at a point where Sun's "multi schema
> validator" think my working Geronimo schema is valid but XMLBeans thinks
> its not.  I have no idea "who's right".
> 
>         As far as Castor goes, every time I try to run Castor on
> J2EE/Geronimo schemas, I get:
> 
> namespace 'http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace' not declared in schema
> at org.exolab.castor.xml.schema.reader.Sax2ComponentReader.startElement(Sax2ComponentReader.java:256)
> 
>         This doesn't seem to be a fatal error, but no code is generated
> either.  Aargh!  :)

Hi Aaron,

Which version of Castor are you using? It doesn't sound like you are
using 0.9.5.2.

Also, feel free to send me one of the schema you are having problems
with and I will take a look at it.

--Keith

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