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JAXB - how to get usable messages  RSS feed

 
Mike Weiss
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HI all,
I have created an application based upon JAXB. The application uses (from a xsd-File) generated classes.
If I try to use these classes (via instantiation and marshalling to XML) I get an AbortSerializationException, saying that "a reqired object is missing". It doesn't tell me, which attribute / element is missing.
How do I get more usable Exception messages ??
Thanks,
Mike
 
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Moving this to other Java APIs
 
John Davis
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I got around JaxB by using the Castor product, which is very simple, works like a charm, and, in my opinion is far superior to JaxB. Castor is free, open code, and is actively supported by Java Guru programmers in (I think) Australia and England). Anyway, that is my opinion as to how you can get around this kind of problem with JaxB.
John Davis
 
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