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JAXB and java.util.Map

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Is it ironic that it can be difficult to map the java.util.Map class in JAXB (JSR-222)? In this post I will cover some items that will make it much easier. Java Model Below is the Java model that we will use for this example. Customer The Customer class has a property of type Map . I chose this Map specifically ...

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JAXB tutorial – Getting Started

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Note: Check out our JAXB Tutorial for Java XML Binding – The ULTIMATE Guide What is JAXB? JAXB stands for Java architecture for XML binding.It is used to convert XML to java object and java object to XML.JAXB defines an API for reading and writing Java objects to and from XML documents.Unlike SAX and DOM,we don’t need to be aware ...

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10 XML Interview questions and answers for Java Programmer

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XML Interview questions are very popular in various programming job interviews, including Java interviews for web developer. XML is a matured technology and often used as standard for transporting data from one platform other. XML Interview questions contains questions from various XML technologies like XSLT which is used to transform XML files, XPATH, XQuery and fundamentals of XML e.g. DTD ...

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Testing REST with multiple MIME types

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1. Overview This article will focus on testing a RESTful Service with multiple Media Types/representations. This is the tenth of a series of articles about setting up a secure RESTful Web Service using Spring and Spring Security with Java based configuration.             The REST with Spring series: Part 1 – Bootstrapping a web application with ...

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JAXB – Representing Null and Empty Collections

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Demo Code The following demo code will be used for all the different versions of the Java model. It simply sets one collection to null, the second to an empty list, and the third to a populated list.             package package blog.xmlelementwrapper; import java.util.ArrayList; import javax.xml.bind.*; public class Demo { public static void main(String[] args) ...

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Don’t Use JSON And XML As Internal Transfer Formats http

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You have a system that has multiple components and they have to communicate. They do that either via internal web services or using a message queue. Normally, you would want to send (data transfer) objects from one component to another. Three typical examples: a user has registered and you send a message to a message queue and whenever the message ...

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Applying a Namespace During JAXB Unmarshal

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For some an XML schema is a strict set of rules for how the XML document must be structured. But for others it is a general guideline to indicate what the XML should look like. This means that sometimes people want to accept input that doesn’t conform to the XML schema for some reason. In this example I will demonstrate ...

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Android dynamic and XML layout

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Android activity contains various user interface components e.g Button, Radio button, List, Text field etc. The user interface component can be arranged/attached with the activity in two different ways. Declaring UI element in layoutfile Basically, Layout file is xml formatted file present in res/layout. In this file, tags are used to define any UI component and properties are used to ...

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Spring Profiles in XML Config Files

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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 you to take advantage of Spring’s newest features. In today’s blog, I’m going to cover one of the coolest of these features: Spring profiles. But, before ...

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Testing Spring & Hibernate Without XML

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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 the fact that Spring is a huge suite and it sometimes finding the thing you need can take a while. XML-free unit tests around Hibernate are one such thing. ...

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