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- Subject: Preferred object to xml mapping tool?
- From: "James Carr" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2006 08:14:05 -0600
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Besides cooking up your own xml mapping framework, what are some of
the most standard tools out there that are usefull for mapping objects
(and object graphs) to xml in the java world that avoid imposing
object design standards on you (i.e. forcing attributes to be public,
for example, rathyer than allowing you to draw data from methods)?
So far I've found Castor, any others worth exploring?