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03: JAXB with StAX Tutorial step by step for marshalling

This tutorial extends JAXB Tutorial for XML processing in Java step by step – unmarshall & marshall When to use JAXB with StAX? When you want to process large XML files, reading the whole file into memory can cause “OutOfMemoryError” as discussed in Java String & Array limitations and OutOfMemoryError…...

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02: JAXB with StAX Tutorial step by step for unmarshalling

This tutorial extends JAXB Tutorial for XML processing in Java step by step – unmarshall & marshall When to use JAXB with StAX? When you want to process large XML files, reading the whole file into memory can cause “OutOfMemoryError” as discussed in Java String & Array limitations and OutOfMemoryError

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01: JAXB Tutorial for XML processing in Java step by step – unmarshall & marshall

Step 1: Create a Java Maven project.

Import the “simple-jaxb” folder that has the pom.xml it into eclipse as an “existing maven project”. Step 2: Modify the “pom.xml” file to look like as shown below. The “maven-jaxb2-plugin” generates JAXB annotated Java objects from the XML schema “books.xsd”. These objects

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XML Parsing with JAXB implementation called MOXy

Step 1:Create a new Java project via Maven as shown below, and import the project into eclipse IDE.

Step 2: The pom.xml file with the MOXy dependency.

Step 3: Create a new “Source Folder” named, src/main/resources and then sub-folder “date” to create the xml file report.xml as shown…...

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JAXB with Spring ORM for unmarshaling tutorial

This extends Basic JAXB tutorial with Maven & XSD – 1 to unmarshal with Spring OXM and Spring XML. The Spring & JAXB marshaling tutorial used XML based config to inject the “jaxb2Marshaller”, but in this to make things a bit more interesting, let’s use “Java” class based Spring configuration

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JAXB with Spring ORM for marshaling tutorial

This extends Basic JAXB tutorial with Maven & XSD – 1 to marshall with Spring OXM and Spring XML. Right mouse click on target/generated-sources and select “Build Path –> Use as Source Folder” Step 1: add spring-orm to use JAXB and spring-xml to use StringResult.

Step 2: The App

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04: JAXB tutorial with XSD & binding.xjb

Step 1: Create a “simple-jaxb” project using Maven

Step 2: Import the project into eclipse with File –> Import –> Existing Maven Projects and choose your folder you just created with pom.xml file “simple-jaxb”. Step 3: select “src/main/resources” right click and select Build Path –> Source Folder to create…...

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