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Working with JAXB 2.0 - JavaOne BoF

Posted by kirillcool on June 19, 2005 at 3:50 AM PDT

The Java Web Services Developer Pack community on groups a number of inter-related Java projects in the Web Services and XML area at Java.Net that either implement the core Java WS and XML APIs or that take advantage of them to provide additional functionality to the developer community.

These projects will be presented by Eduardo, Kohsuke and me during the The Web Services Stack from Java.Net BOF (number 9646) that will take place in Moscone Center/Hall E 133 on Wednesday (June 29) at 19:30.

I will shortly present the JAXB Workshop project that has recently seen its Release 1.1. The notable tools in this project include:

XSD scrambler that strips all (possible commercially valuable) information from a set of input schemas at the same time preserving the structure. You can see the before and the after screenshots:

XML colorer that allows XML viewers and editors to retrieve exact location information on all XML artifacts. The granularity of the returned information is much finer than standard XML or StAX events. For example, the StartElement StAX event is translated into a series of locations : starting bracket, element name, attribute name / equal sign / quotation marks for each attribute, ending bracket.

Graphical front-end for XJC generator that allows viewing and editing the input schemas and viewing the generated Java classes from the JAXB 2.0 generator.

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