Home » Tag Archives: XML (page 4)

Tag Archives: XML

Android dynamic and XML layout

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 ...

Read More »

Spring Profiles in XML Config Files

spring-interview-questions-answers

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 ...

Read More »

Testing Spring & Hibernate Without XML

spring-interview-questions-answers

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. ...

Read More »

JAXB and Root Elements

java-interview-questions-answers

@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 JAXB classes map to complex types, it is possible for a class to correspond to multiple root elements. In this case @XmlRootElement can not be used and people start getting a bit confused. In ...

Read More »

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', 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() { ...

Read More »

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 for one of my customers and wanted to add a functionality to allow users to write rich text comments with bold, italic, strike through, etc. capabilities. At that moment ...

Read More »

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 Pizza, the pizza company with big ideas. In this story, you are an employee of Pete’s and have been asked to implement a system for sending orders from the front desk to the ...

Read More »

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 Pizza, the pizza company with big ideas. In this story, you are an employee of Pete’s and have been asked to implement a system for sending orders from the front desk to the kitchen and you came ...

Read More »

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 that can be represented using a string. Today’s blog continues this discussion using my Pete’s Perfect Pizza scenario. If you remember, Pete’s just popped his head around the door ...

Read More »