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how to get XML form javaobject using JAXB

 
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i have java object and i need to get xml from it, we are using JAXB for unmarshal(java object to xml).we are generating JAXB object it has two methods named marshal and unmarshal.unmarshal is used to get java object from XML , how to call marshal to get xml from jaxb.that unmarshal method is taking Marshallaer as parameter, how can i pass Marshaller as Marshaller is private final class.
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OK, let's be clear first. Marshalling is taking an object and turning it into XML. Unmarshalling is taking XML and turning it into an object.
JAXB has the following code snippets right in their API documentation. They show how to do both marshalling and unmarshalling.

P.S. nosferatu.xml. Those guys are too funny!
 
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