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From Aaron Mulder <ammul...@alumni.princeton.edu>
Subject Re: Which Java binding tool to use across Geronimo
Date Sat, 08 Nov 2003 22:44:26 GMT
	XMLBeans does not support our schemas.  I tried to follow up with 
them on the XMLBeans mailing list, but it was dropped.  There's a similar 
story with Castor, though at least in that case I was asked to expect a 
delay.  Haven't tried JAXB, though I haven't heard great things about it 
either.

Aaron

On Sat, 8 Nov 2003, Koller, Shmuel wrote:
> Does this community use common tools for core processes ?
> 
> I would imagine many Component developers process XML-schema based inputs.
> That desires a tool of choice to bridge beween XML types and Java
> types/abstractions.
> 
> FYI -latest submission to Apache - XMLbeans which was used in developing BEA
> products.
> 
> It does not build a objects tree, unless Object is required. So its
> efficient.
> It does maintain the original info set for Cursor based traversal.
> It does use Schema as metadata to generate Java classes mapped from XML
> types, full schema support.
> So Cursor and XML types as Java - are two facades for efficient and Java
> oriented XML instance traversal.
> 
> The need for XML-Java binding is everywhere, inckuding support for JAXB,
> suggest one common tool used by BEA in own products.
> 
> Shmuel
> 


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