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JAXB vs Castor

Pradeep bhatt
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Hi,
Can someone list out the pros and cons of JAXB and Castor.
Since JAXB spec is still a public draft is it wise to use it. On the other side Castor is not a standard.
Thanks in adv.
Pradeep


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William Brogden
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For one thing, JAXB is likely to move into the standard Sun XML library. I have not played with Castor so I can't compare the capabilities - in my experiments with JAXB it was fast and was much more compact in memory than DOM.
Bill
Pradeep bhatt
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Hi,
Can I use it in production environment even though it is not final version.

For one thing, JAXB is likely to move into the standard Sun XML library. I have not played with Castor so I can't compare the capabilities - in my experiments with JAXB it was fast and was much more compact in memory than DOM.
Bill
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Sun just redid the JAXB pages a few days ago - see JAXB at java.sun.com
It looks to me like it is close to a final configuration, so I would say go with it.
Bill
ankur rathi
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The original question is still unanswered...
Can any body explain which & why?
 
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