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Leandro Oliveira
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Hi, I would like to know your opinion about the frameworks we have for implementing binding XML / Obj focusing on the Web Services context requirements. For example Castor is a great XML/Obj mapping framework; it's a easy start framework; but is it good tecnologi for Web Services?

My objective is study and develop SOA applications!
Thanks!

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Originally posted by Leandro Oliveira:
For example Castor is a great XML/Obj mapping framework; it's a easy start framework; but is it good tecnologi for Web Services?


As far as Sun is concerned JAXB is the mainstream solution. Axis 2 currently has experimental support for JaxMe an open-source JAXB implementation.
 
Mansoor Ashraf
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We use JibX both with XFire and Axis2 and we are really happy with it
 
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The JiBX homepage links to some interesting (if somewhat old; 2+ years) articles:
Bindmark
XML Binding Frameworks in the Context of Service-Oriented Architecture.
 
Dan Evans
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Links:

https://jt.dev.java.net/
http://www.fsw.com/Jt/Jt.htm (documentation)
 
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