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- Subject: Announce: JaxMe 2-0.01-alpha
- From: Jochen Wiedmann <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 23:18:54 +0100 (CET)
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I'd like to announce the first public release of JaxMe 2, a
(very) incomplete implementation of the JAXB specification.
(See http://java.sun.com/xml/jaxb for details on JAXB.)
Compared to JAXB, in particular the following is missing:
- External schema bindings
- xs:group, xs:any
- Code stability and maturity
Why should one use JaxMe 2 and not the reference implementation?
There are at least three possible reasons:
- It is open source. A source code generator can become incredibly
useful, if you can adapt it to your particular requirements.
- It is dedicated to customization. See
for some examples.
- It will soon include a persistence layer with on object relational
mapping, in the style of JaxMe 1. See http://jaxme.sf.net/docs/RDBMS.html
for details. It will also soon include an EJB generator in the style of
JaxMe 1. See http://jaxme.sf.net/docs/BeanWriter.html for details.
This is an alpha release, with the intention to get feedback. See
http://sf.net/projects/jaxme for downloads and more information.