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In case if I do not have XSD, and can not have objectFactoryPath; how can I create Java object from XML file using Jax-B?
or XSD/Object_Factory is must for using JAx-B?
Thanks.
 
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Hi,

Any link for using JAX-B without knowing XSD (schema)?

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Deepika Joshi wrote:In case if I do not have XSD, and can not have objectFactoryPath; how can I create Java object from XML file using Jax-B?
or XSD/Object_Factory is must for using JAx-B?
Thanks.



You can't. That's not how it works. But there are other technologies that can do this (see Digester for example).
 
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