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XML JAXB Serializable

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I use JAXB to marshall/unmarshall XML-Documents and have a few questions:

- Do I need the Serializable-Interface in all classes which JAXB uses?:

And another question:

Imagine I have 1000 of Users accessing and changing the XML-Document.
How does it works? Does it works automatically when using JAXB?
I mean, I only have ONE (big) XML-File and this XML-File is accessable to the WEB-Users who can change or read it.
What about dirty reads/writes and so on?

What do I have to know when doing such scenarios?

Thanks in advance for help.
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