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XML Beans and Java-XML Conversion
Joined: Dec 20, 2005
Jul 15, 2006 19:23:00
We are planning to use Apache's XMLBeans for OX Conversion in our project. We are planning to send all the output from DAO's as XML to the business layer. Something like this,
DAO --> Convert DAO Entites to XML ---> Business Layer reads the XML and it should convert to its own Entities before using it.
DAO layer we will be having its own schema for the xml it generates. And for business layer it needs data in its own schema (say a subset of data generated from DAO layer).
Is it possible to convert xml data (which is in dao's schema) to business layer schema without writing any
If not, which
is best suited, how can i implement ?
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Joined: Mar 22, 2000
Jul 15, 2006 21:17:00
without writing any java code ?
Sure, but you will have to write XSLT code
I agree. Here's the link:
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