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  • From: Jeffrey I Condon/Cupertino/IBM <jicondon@us.ibm.com>
  • To: xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 09:31:46 -0600

fyi - new info on data binding

Brett McLaughlin 3 (out of 4) articles on Data Binding:

The goal of this series is to show you how to convert XML elements to Java
objects so you can directly manipulate XML data with Java language accessor
and mutator methods. Part one compares data binding to other methods of
handling XML data within Java applications, analyzes the design decisions,
and defines the XML schema for the example Web service configuration
document. Part two explains how to generate interfaces and implementations
from the XML schema so that XML documents that conform to the XML schema
can then be converted into instances of these generated classes.  Part
three covers unmarshalling the nested elements in the XML documents into
Java objects, testing, and putting the new tools into action with some
practical examples.

1st Article - Explains how data binding works to convert XML to Java

2nd Article - Generate interfaces and implementations from the XML schema

3rd Article - From text to byte code: Data binding from XML to Java

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