Usually you wouldn’t mix versions. Build environments like Maven should handle this for you – although even maven can get … More
I had this problem of debugging some xml but when reading the output of some log4j it was almost impossible … More
NioSax (pronounced ‘Neo-Sax’) provides a Java NIO friendly XML push parser similar in operation to SAX. Unlike SAX, with NioSax it is possible for the xml source to contain partial content (i.e. only part of the XML stream has been received over the network). When this occurs, instead of failing with an error, NioSax simply stops. As soon as your application receives more data you simply call the same instance of the parser again and it will resume parsing where it left off.
While JAXB is a good method of mapping XML into Java objects, if your schema’s are large or complex, generating … More
Back in late 2008, one of the original design goals for the rewrite of my retepXMPP project was to use … More
When generating Java sources from an XML Schema with JAXB, the type of field used to represent an attribute is … More
With JAXB it does a pretty good job in mapping between XML and Java Objects. In normal use this is … More