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When using JAXB or XMLBeans, a java object representation of the xml is created. Has anyone used any tools to map this generated java object to your domain?

Originally I was hoping to skip this step by using Jibx. Unfortunately, using the underlying Jibx api to do custom mapping proved to brittle.

I stumbled upon Dozer (dozer.sourceforge.net). Has anyone used this? What other tools have you used to solve this problem?

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Josh
 
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