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Castor is good but have some doubts...

ankur rathi
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Joined: Oct 11, 2004
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Hi,
Finally I am using Castor for my project. The reasons are it is very easy to use (one line code for code generation & one line code for parsing the xml file & storing it into generated java objects), jar files are easily available (for JAXB, we have to download whole 16 MB package (though I am not sure in this)), not found any major drawback.

But I have some minor problems in this:
1] By default, it generates Vector for storing list of items, How can I fource it to generate ArrayList instead of Vector.
2] It generates descriptor file for every class, what is the purpose of this class.

Please solve my doubts.
Thanks a lot.
 
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