Re: Document oriented XML Binding framework needed
The most flexible approach I know of for binding mixed content is XMLBeans: http://dev2dev.bea.com/technologies/xmlbeans/overview.jsp This actually builds a binding view on top of a sort of compressed DOM, and lets you work with the underlying XML components if the binding view doesn't give you what you need. It's still only available as a beta with restricted license (including no benchmarking) so I haven't actually worked with it yet to see how well it performs. BEA claims it provides very good performance, and they've been talking about making at least the core portions "freely available", implying no-cost building and redistribution of applications. - Dennis Pavel A. Sher wrote: >Hello, > >Is there any XML Binding framework which is able to correctly >represent mixed content? I was tried two well-known frameworks: Sun >JAXB and Castor. But both are seem to be data oriented frameworks. So >my human-editable document with much mixed content will not be >presented correctly. > >Maybe there are some other frameworks with document orientation as >the implementation goal? > > >
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