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** Reply to message from Jeff Lowery <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Tue, 29 Oct
2002 11:06:00 -0800
> > No, no help at all. It's not a problem that you solve by
> > trying to use another Java feature. The problem is if the auto-generated XML->Java
> > code is called from all throughout the application codebase.
> That's a design failure, not a problem due to code generation. Any data
> model is likely to change, whether it's hand-crufted (er, crafted) data
> objects or auto-generated data objects.
Of course it is a design failure, and no-one said that it was due to the use of
code generation. It is, of course, due to the *misuse* of code generation.
Anthony B. Coates, Information & Software Architect
MDDL Editor (Market Data Definition Language)