List/Grid Tag Archives: JAXB

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Implementing Active Record Pattern with Spring AOP

During class design we should take decisions about the assignment of responsibilities that will have every class. If we have chosen well, systems tend to be easier to understand, maintain and extend. Almost all of our projects hav ...
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Make your JAXB cleaner with the MOXy implementation

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 ...
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JAXB, SAX, DOM Performance

This post investigates the performance of unmarshalling an XML document to Java objects using a number of different approaches. The XML document is very simple. It contains a collection of Person entities.  <?xml version ...
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Develop Restful web services using Spring MVC

REST INTRODUCTIONFrom Wikipedia: REST-style architectures consist of clients and servers. Clients initiate requests to servers; servers process requests and return appropriate responses. Requests and responses are built around t ...
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Reusing Generated JAXB Classes

In this post I will demonstrate how to leverage the -episode XJC extension to reuse classes previously generated from.an XML schema. This is useful when an XML schema is imported by other XML schemas and you do not want the same ...
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Mapping Objects to Multiple XML Schemas – Weather Example

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 XM ...
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Using JAXB to generate XML from XSD

This is a post originally published by Mohamed Sanaulla from Experiences Unlimited, our latest JCG partner. Mohamed explains how to use JAXB to generate XML from a given XSD. (NOTE: The original post has been slightly edited to im ...
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