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From "Steven Traut" <str...@bea.com>
Subject RE: getting java class names/javadocs for generated classes
Date Tue, 07 Nov 2006 20:18:33 GMT
I think it's a logical thing to want, Beet. I think -javadoc might be a
good flag to add to scomp. 





From: Beet [mailto:btrang@gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 11:51 AM
To: user@xmlbeans.apache.org
Subject: Re: getting java class names/javadocs for generated classes



Thanks for the input.  I am using Eclipse's code completion to test this
out.  I just feel like...I don't know, maybe I'm just dense, but having
the javadocs upfront would be a nice thing to have.

On 11/7/06, Steven Traut <straut@bea.com> wrote:

Hello Beet,


I agree with Jacob that code completion or a class browser would be
ideal. There's also a documentation topic that describes, in the
abstract, what methods you get for which schema forms. That's here:


You might also find this overview of generated Java types helpful:





From: Jacob Danner 
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 10:58 AM
To: user@xmlbeans.apache.org
Subject: RE: getting java class names/javadocs for generated classes


II find it easiest with an editor that has code completion.


If this is not available to you (eclipse, jedit), the naming and methods
get generated based on the following:

All classes extend org.apache.xmlbeans.XmlObject, you can find the
javadoc for this class online.

The packages were loosely determined by following similar conventions to
the JAX-RPC spec.


To get familiar with the 80%'s of xmlbeans it may be useful to run
through some of the tutorials and samples available from the website.



From: Beet [mailto:btrang@gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 07, 2006 10:33 AM
To: user@xmlbeans.apache.org
Subject: getting java class names/javadocs for generated classes


Hello, I performed scomp on my xml schema and got a jar file out of it.
However, I do not know where to go next.  How do I get a list of the
java class names and methods for the generated classes?  How do I get
the javadocs?  

I suppose I can generate the source code and try to do a separate
javadoc command on that, but really wish there is an easier way.


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