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EclipseLink MOXy as a JAXB provider

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EclipseLink MOXy is a JAXB provider and is a compelling alternative to the default JAXB provider built into JDK. First a simple test to marshal a Java object to XML: This is the model: @XmlRootElement(name='MemberDetailsRequest', namespace='http://bk.org/memberservice/') @XmlAccessorType(XmlAccessType.FIELD) public class MemberDetailsRequest { public MemberDetailsRequest() { } public MemberDetailsRequest(Long id) { this.id = id; } private Long id; public Long getId() { ...

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GlassFish 3.1.2 is Full of MOXy (EclipseLink JAXB)

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I am very happy to announce that EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is now a JAXB ( JSR-222) provider in GlassFish 3.1.2. I would like to thank the EclipseLink and GlassFish committers for all their hard work to make this happen. In this post I will introduce how MOXy can be leveraged to create a JAX-WS service. In future posts I will ...

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MOXy as Your JAX-RS JSON Provider – Client Side

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Recently I posted how to leverage EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy)‘s JSON binding to create a RESTful service.  In this post I will demonstrate how easy it is to take advantage of MOXy’s JSON binding on the client side. MOXy as Your JAX-RS JSON Provider – Server Side MOXy as Your JAX-RS JSON Provider – Client Side URI This post will focus ...

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MOXy as Your JAX-RS JSON Provider – Server Side

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In a previous series of posts I covered how EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) can be leveraged to create a RESTful data access service. In this post I will cover how easy it is to leverage MOXy’s new JSON binding on the server side to add support for JSON messages based on JAXB mappings. MOXy as Your JAX-RS JSON Provider – Server ...

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Make your JAXB cleaner with the MOXy implementation

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The principle advantage of using JAXB when marshalling and demarshalling XML is the programming model. Simply annotate a few POJOs and use the JAXB API’s and you can serialise to XML and deserialise from XML very easily. You don’t need to worry about the specifics regarding how the XML is marshalled / unmarshalled. Everything is much simpler than alternatives such ...

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Mapping Objects to Multiple XML Schemas – Weather Example

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I have written previous posts on EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy)‘s @XmlPath and external binding file extensions. In this post I will demonstrate how powerful these extensions are by mapping a single object model to two different XML schemas. To make the example more “real”, the XML data will come from two different services that provide weather information: Google and Yahoo. Java ...

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