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kunal jain

> i am attaching here a sample of the problem i m facing, please any one
> suggest how to proceed in the present scenario. 
> My problem is that i am getting the xml  in the type of format i have
> mentioned  below and i have to map it to the java class, which have the
> getter/setter but the getters/setters are not the element in the xml, they
> are actually the value of the <name> element.
> i would like to have the nodes converted into the following format, after
> that i can simply map it using the mapping class.

<value>5</value>                       to         <item1>5</item1>

Is this possible thru mapping in castor or i have to use XSL or is there
some other way.

>                      input.xml
> --------------------------------------------------------
> <order>
> 	<name>item1</name>
> 	<value>5</value>
> 	<name>item2</name>
> 	<value>7</value>
> </order>
> -------------------------------------------------------
> 	         MyOrder.java
> ------------------------------------------------------
> public class MyOrder {
>   public int value1;
>   public int value2;
>   public int getItem1() {
> 	return value1;
>   }
>   public void setItem1(int val) {
> 	value1 = val;
>   }
>   public int getItem2() {
> 	return value2;
>   }
>   public void setItem2(int val) {
> 	value2 = val;
>   }
> }
> -------------------------------------------
> Thanks
> Kunal Jain
> Tavant Technologies (P) Ltd.,
> Bangalore.

Kunal Jain
Tavant Technologies (P) Ltd.,


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