Originally posted by Stan James:
James, it sounds like we may be solving different problems. If you encode from Java to XML, pass the XML around or store it, then decode back to Java - all without looking too closely at the XML - an automated tool may do beautifully for very low effort.
We are trying to consume XML produced by a partner system web service. Their XML is an overly intricate vertical industry standard plus nonsensical tags like "CustomerExtension" so the automated tools didn't give us meaningful Java output.
Weren't we both trying to solve Pinal's original problem and not two different ones?
java.lang.NoSuchMethodException: <unbound>=PassByValue$MyBean0.setB("Some B String");
Some A String
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