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- From: "Raghunandan Havaldar" <email@example.com>
- To: "XML Developers' List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 31 Mar 1999 14:37:21 -0600
I am experimenting with mapping an XML document to
Java object model, and vice-versa. Have a couple of
things on mind - using Java Beans, Reflection mechanism
and (mapper, lookup classes).
I was wondering if somebody out there has worked and
developed some kind of a model to do this transformation.
(am sure someone has given it a try).
If not, has anybody have ideas of how to go about doing it ?.
Currently, the XML documents are purely in a flat file
format. If the 'mapper', 'lookup' and related utility classes
can be defined, the XML documents could possibly be
stored in databases instead.
'mapper' - maps a XML model to a Java object graph
(uses Java Beans's patterns and Reflection to achieve this).
Also, should be able to do Java object model to
an XML model (vice-versa).
'lookup' - provides lookup of XML nodes in a DOM-based
I have just started scratching the surface today. Any ideas,
suggestions or comments are welcome.
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