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From "Cabrera, Alan" <>
Subject RE: XML POJO Update (XMLBeans)
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2003 21:17:13 GMT

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aaron Mulder [] 
> 	XMLBeans is now in Apache, and I've gotten the Apache 
> version to 
> generate, read, and write POJOs for the DDs.  The JAR I built 
> from the 
> Apache source is about the same size as Castor, which is not 
> great, but 
> 1/2 of the pre-Apache version.
> 	On the down side, it's very slow to read DDs (though writing is 
> fast), we need to be able to override the naming convention, there's 
> no maven release of the Apache code as far as I can tell, and 
> it barfs on 
> the current set of schemas when the Geronimo DDs are included 
> (that one 
> may be our fault for mangling namespaces).

Can you quantify what "very slow" is?  For deployment, is this really an
issue?  I would think that there is no expectation of the system to be
blindingly fast at deployment, although it would be nice.


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