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JaxMe project is an open source implementation of JAXB, the specification for Java/XML binding. A Java/XML binding compiler takes
JaxMe project is an open source implementation of JAXB, the specification for Java/XML binding.
A Java/XML binding compiler takes as input a schema description (in most cases an XML schema but it may be a DTD, a RelaxNG schema, a Java class inspected via reflection or a database schema). The output is a set of Java classes:
A Java bean class compatible with the schema description. (If the schema was obtained via Java reflection, then the original Java bean class.)
An unmarshaller that converts a conforming XML document into the equivalent Java bean.
Vice versa, a marshaller that converts the Java bean back into the original XML document.
In the case of JaxMe, the generated classes may also
Store the Java bean into a database. Preferrably an XML database like eXist, Xindice, or Tamino, but it may also be a relational database like MySQL. (If the schema is sufficiently simple. :-)
Query the database for bean instances.
Implement an EJB entity or session bean with the same abilities.
What's New in This Release:
This is a bugfix release, dedicated in particular to large scale and composed schemas.
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