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   ANNOUNCE: XML Data Binding for the Java Platform

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  • From: Mark Reinhold <Mark.Reinhold@Eng.Sun.COM>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Tue, 10 Aug 1999 08:54:29 -0700

Yesterday a JSR (Java Specification Request) entitled "XML Data Binding"
was submitted to the Java Community Process.  From the description:

    The proposed specification will define an XML data-binding facility
    for the Java(tm) Platform.  Such a facility compiles an XML schema
    into one or more Java classes.  These automatically-generated classes
    handle the translation between XML documents that follow the schema
    and interrelated instances of the derived classes.  They also ensure
    that the constraints expressed in the schema are maintained as
    instances of the classes are manipulated.

An accompanying design note was also published on java.sun.com.  For more
information please see


Please send formal comments on this JSR to jsr-comments@sun.com.  Technical
comments and questions may be sent to xml-binding-comments@java.sun.com.

- Mark Reinhold
  Senior Staff Engineer                 901 San Antonio Road
  Core Java Platform Group              Palo Alto, CA 94303
  Java Software                         408-343-1830
  Sun Microsystems, Inc.                mr@eng.sun.com

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