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Is there any tool for defining a java object out of the DTD or XSD of the xml file.
[ September 22, 2006: Message edited by: Harish Gavisiddaiah ]
 
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Moving to our XML forum...
 
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Mayby xstream is the stuff your looking for, easy as can be

http://xstream.codehaus.org/

thake a look at the two minute tutorial ;-) you'l see

http://xstream.codehaus.org/tutorial.html
 
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HI harish..
I found this thread in xml certification. This was my reply there::
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Didn't understand why somebody wants to convert XML DTD to Java classes. Ok. but this may be(may be) useful for your interest.

JAXB is used to create Java objects of the the XML elements. It needs the XML schema document (not DTD,ofcourse) as source instead of the xml document itself. The created objects are used manipulate the xml document.
JAXB is faster in this process (compared to DOM/SAX !!??).

Anybody knows if JAXB is faster than DOM/SAX? Sorry harish, if I am deviating from your topic.

Cheers, Vnay.
 
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http://xmlbeans.apache.org/
 
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