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From <martin.me.robe...@bt.com>
Subject Names of Classes Created
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2005 15:53:24 GMT
Hi,
    A related question to yesterdays.  I have got the 'global' classes
to be generated by introducinf Dummy global elements.  So I have a work
around.
 
    The question I have is to with how names are changed for the Java
code.  I have had a tradition of calling Elements with Upper Camel Case
and Attributes with Lower Camel Case.  However, when the JAXME runs it
create Classes using names which are all UpperCamelCase.  This means
that if you have an Attribute called max="1" it will create a function
called getMax().  This does make the code look neat but it also means
that there is no direct link between teh schema and the names of
functions etc in the classes generated.  Is there a reason for this
apart from Code neatness.  
 
    Again the reason is that I am trying to use XSLT to generate some
eclipse code for propertySheets which means that I have been forced to
change the attributes to UpperCamel Case to make them match with the
functions JAXME creates.
 
    Thanks
 
Martin Roberts
Group Research
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