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MOXy’s @XmlVariableNode – JSON Schema Example


We are in the process of adding the ability to generate a JSON Schema from your domain model to EclipseLink MOXy.  To accomplish this we have created a new Variable Node mapping. In this post I will demonstrate the new mapping by mapping a Java model to a JSON Schema. You can try this out today using a nightly build ...

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MOXy is the New Default JSON-Binding Provider in GlassFish 4


GlassFish 4 is now available offering the complete Java EE 7 (JSR-342) platform.  EclipseLink made some major contributions to this release.  The first is providing the JPA 2.1 (JSR-338) implementation.  The second which I’ll cover in this post is EclipseLink MOXy is now the default JSON-binding provider for JAX-RS applications. RESTful Service  CustomerService Normally a real service will be backed ...

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MOXy’s Object Graphs & Dynamic JAXB


JAXB (JSR-222) makes it easy for you to convert instances of your domain classes to/from XML.  The EclipseLink MOXy implementation offers an extension called Dynamic JAXB where instead of real classes you have instances of a map like class called DynamicEntity. You can access the data on your DynamicEntity using get and set methods that take the property name (i.e. ...

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Leveraging MOXy in your Web Service via JAX-WS Provider


In previous articles I demonstrated how EclipseLink JAXB (MOXy) is directly integrated into the JAX-WS implementations in WebLogic (as of 12.1.1) and in GlassFish (as of 3.1.2). In this post I’ll demonstrate how to leverage MOXy in any application server by using the JAX-WS Provider class. Web Service The Provider mechanism in JAX-WS provides you a way to create a ...

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