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Following the imprompt reply I would still ask any of you to personally try
and help me solve the problem, which I have already sent and is here below.
Tnks a lot
I am relatively new to XML and the tools available, however after lots of
research and following some of your suggestions I am using Castor, however I
still have a few question marks which I can't seem to find the answer for.
Can you please help me, it's important for my final year thesis.
So Castor say:
"For Castor, a Java class has to map into an XML element. When Castor
marshals an object, it will:
- use the mapping information, if any, to find the name of the element to
create " etc...
I would like to know whether it is possible in castor to map the XML as in
the following lines (1) & (2).. and more importantly how...? These XML
documents make use of URI NameSpaces incl.
1) <car colour = "red" type = "saloon" />
2) <xsd:element name = "id" type ="xsd:int"/>
I only found examples of mappings with closed element tags
<car colour = "red" type = "saloon" >
</car> <-- closing tag
Can Castor be used to create XML documents from Java by marshalling using
Other URI Namespaces...such as http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/?
Any help is appreciated
Tnks a lot
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