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XMLBinder: map xml to java with a breeze

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Description

An extension over the Java XPath API in order to allow one way mapping between XML and Java Objects(Java Beans) through the use of annotations.

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Features

  • Supported class field types: String, ? extends Number, ? extends Collection, ? extends Map, XMLBean
  • Support for using runtime variables in XPath expressions.
  • Support for creating complex object/class hierarchies
  • Parsing flexibility through the use of XPath.

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Developers

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2009-12-26

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