List/Grid Tag Archives: XML

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Spring Profiles in XML Config Files

My last blog was very simple as it covered my painless upgrade from Spring 3.0.x to Spring 3.1.x and I finished by mentioning that you can upgrade your Spring schemas to 3.1 to allow ...
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Testing Spring & Hibernate Without XML

I’m very keen on the improvements in Spring 3 that eventually let you move away from XML into plain Java configuration with proper support from IDE and compiler. It doesn’t change ...
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JAXB and Root Elements

@XmlRootElement is an annotation that people are used to using with JAXB (JSR-222). It’s purpose is to uniquely associate a root element with a class. Since ...
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EclipseLink MOXy as a JAXB provider

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', ...
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RichText editor component for SWT based applications

This article will go through the task of implementing our own RichText editor component with SWT. I faced the need for such a visual component when developing a desktop based application ...
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Approaches to XML – Part 4 – XMLBeans

If you remember from Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3, I’m covering different approaches to parsing XML messages using the outrageously corny scenario of Pete’s Perfect ...
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Approaches to XML – Part 3 – JAXB

If you remember from Part 1 and Part 2, I’m covering different approaches to parsing XML messages using the outrageously corny scenario of Pete’s Perfect ...
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Approaches to XML – Part 2 – What about SAX?

Part 1 introduced the idea that there are different ways to approach XML parsing and highlighted the point that XML is NOT A STRING; rather it’s an object oriented document model ...
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Approaches to XML – Part 1 – XML is not a String…

XML has been around a long time: from memory, I’d guess that it’s about 12-14 years old by now; it’s a mature product with, in computing terms, a long history. So, is there anything ...
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Scala Basic XML processing

Introduction Pretty much everybody knows what XML is: it is a structured, machine-readable text format for representing information that can be easily checked for the “grammaticality” ...
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