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which is Best technology performance wise for converting java objects into XML

 
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I am developing an application were their is no bound on number of records so i have decided to store all the data in form of XML rather then in relational database.
Can someone please let me know which techology is best suited for such kind of operations and why?
I have heard many names like
1) JAXB
2) XStream
3) XMLBind
Thanks in advance
 
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I am developing an application were their is no bound on number of records so i have decided to store all the data in form of XML rather then in relational database.



That decision may be very premature. Time to back off a bit and take another look at the problem. Start by answering the following:

1. How will the data be retrieved for use?
2. Once a record has been located, how will it be used?
3. Will the process that uses retrieved records ever need to look at more than one at a time?
4. Will records ever be modified?
5. Will new records ever be added?

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