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- From: Ronald Bourret <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 12:41:10 -0700
Hmmmm. Where do I download the class from? I tried every variation on
the URL you gave that I could think of, but couldn't find it anywhere,
nor could I find it by searching the community process Web pages. Note
that other specs are simply downloadable via links from the Java
Community Process page
Of course, I've just looked at the Data Binding home page again and
noticed that it's status is "JSR Approved". I had originally thought
this meant that the spec was done, but now realize it only means the
request for the spec has been approved.
On the other hand, I keep running across references to data binding on
various Web sites, which makes me think that the spec is actually
written and perhaps awaiting review pending changes to the schema spec.
If this is the case, does anybody know if it's possible to get a copy of
> KenNorth wrote:
> > Does anybody know where I can find an online copy of Sun's Java Data
> > Binding spec? The Web page says all sorts of nice things
> That's probably the old web page. There have been recent improvements
> to the Java Community Process so you actually can use Java Spec
> You have to download the 'about JSRxxx' web page and a spec binder
> program from Sun's web site.
> where xxx is 031 for Java Data Binding.
> The SpecBinder class opens a FileInputStream and parses the
> promotional text from the web page (jsr_031_xmld.html). It emits the
> specification. If you provide an optional XML schema, it emits custom
> Java classes that conform to the spec and the XML document. I think
> there's also an option to emit the spec as XML with an XSL stylesheet.
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