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   Re: [xml-dev] Preferred object to xml mapping tool?

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We are using JiBX [1] having switched from Castor.  It is fast, as well 
as flexible as to how you map, though, the mapping process is manual due 
to lack of add-ons.  Still, it is not difficult to use and can be 
customized where needed.

There is a great deal more information on this topic over at Java.Net [2].



[1] JiBX Homepage     <http://jibx.sourceforge.net/>
[2] Bindmark Project  <http://bindmark.dev.java.net/>

James Carr wrote:
> Hi,
> 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?
> Thanks,
> JC
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